Visual Art

Visual Art

The Power and Prestige of European Women Creators from the 1400's-1800's

Collectively these pieces speak to our very human impulse towards making, documenting, and memorializing that extends beyond the early Modern era.

Nicoletta Daríta de la Brown and the Tabb Center Public Humanities Fellowships

This fall, after working months in her studio, de la Brown is responding to what she uncovered in the archives with a public art installation in the George Peabody Library called Be(longing): Unveiling the Imprint of Black Women Hidden in Plain Sight.

The best weekly art openings, events, and calls for entry happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas.

This Week: Nicoletta Daríta de la Brown at JHU, artist talk with Wayman Scott at Baltimore Clayworks, BLK ASS FLEA MKT at Museum of Industry, Dr. Sampada Aranke lectures at the Driskell Center, Clayworks Winterfest Preview Party, Under $500 at MAP, and more!

A Year Into Her Role as Successor to its Founding Director, AVAM Releases Jenenne Whitfield from her Contract

If an institution cannot successfully function without the direct engagement of its founding director, clearly it is not yet sustainable or ready to successfully onboard a successor.

The New Museu de l’Art Prohibit in Barcelona is a Refuge for Censored Artworks

The Museu de l’Art Prohibit is, according to its founders, the first of its kind: a museum dedicated to the collection, preservation, and display of art that has been censored (in one way or another) elsewhere. Its contents are equal-opportunity offenders—having already outraged every religion.

There's something magical and incredibly surreal about a seated dinner in the hallowed galleries at the Walters Art Museum.

Photo Alert: On Saturday, October 21, the Walters hosted its annual gala fundraising event and opened its doors to some of Baltimore's best-dressed arts patrons and creatives.

BmoreArt’s Autumn Arts List of Exhibits in Galleries, Museums, and Independent Art Spaces

While a Mid-Atlantic November is anything but meteorologically predictable, the BmoreArt team has assembled a fall arts forecast that’s full of sure bets.

Three Years in the Making, This Beautiful Book Pairs Nationally Recognized Authors with Visual Artists

Baltimore Is Truly a City of Artists. This New Book Aims to Explore Why and How from a Variety of Diverse Perspectives.

Reflecting on a Dérive through Artscape and its Memories

Finding Ourselves at the Corner of North and Charles: Photos, New Memories, and Creative Achievements of Artscape 2023

Initiatives at Center Stage and Creative Alliance Illuminate Oft-Overlooked Baltimore Creative Communities

Center Stage’s new Indigenous Art Gallery and the exhibition Taking Space at Creative Alliance authentically engage with and serve the communities of color in which they are based

Susan Lowe’s Solo Exhibition is a Vivid Mosaic of the Tragedies and Triumphs of Her Life

Although the work was created out of loss and grief, there is little sadness to be found. Quite surprisingly, the paintings burst with energy and connection, with the promise that everything is a cycle; there isn’t really an end.

Shows at Mono Practice, Unit B Gallery, and Howard Community College

Three Baltimore exhibitions—whose initial themes and materials are varied between abstraction, surrealism, and fiber arts—are connected through the energized spaces that the works build and each artist's dedication to their chosen focus. 

In "Pope of Trash" Cinema's Enfant Terrible Gets Cannonically Crowned by the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, Los Angeles

Actress (on strike) and writer (no longer on strike!) Liz Eldridge on why John Waters' mainstream acceptance restores her faith in filmmaking.

Highlights from the Fair, and Why We Should be Taking Notes

I so wish more art spaces from the Baltimore/DC region participated in smart, well-curated smaller fairs like this—putting local artists in dialogue with international peers and in front of international audiences and kingmakers.

Histories Collide takes us from B.C. era Mediterranean, to 19th century Maryland, and back to modern day Baltimore.

“The histories that collide are not just the histories of the Greco-Roman civilizations and Egypt, but also art histories and ways of framing these moments."

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