Visual Art

Visual Art

The maximalist mixed-media artist talks about taste, class, and asking questions of the world—and other artists—around her

"I think fundamentally artists are always interested in what comes next—what happens if I push this idea further, what happens if I try this new material, etc."

A Photo Essay by Greg McKay

Baltimore in winter is a seesaw from tropical to arctic and everything in between, but when it snows it is nothing short of magical.

Photos by E. Brady Robinson at The Cahoot's Brothers and Get Shredded Vintage

Warm Winter Looks from Two Beloved Remington-based Centres of Unique Baltimore Fashion

Cheon's multidisciplinary work describes the subtle dynamics of a divided country, embedding contradictory layers of information that political discourse leaves out

Cheon’s practice is rooted in the tradition of activism and protest central to the history of modern Korea.

How the Highlandtown arts center builds community with all kinds of bombast

For the team behind Creative Alliance, building trust is an ongoing process.

A Year in Photos by Jill Fannon

At the cusp of a new year, it feels important to look back and take stock, to record the past year the only way we know how: through the vision and work of an artist, in this case Baltimore-based photographer Jill Fannon.

The top ten contemporary art exhibitions from Baltimore (including two from DC) that have inspired, challenged, and sustained us in 2021

Even under the best circumstances, Baltimore can be a humbling place to live and work as an artist, but our sense of shared community purpose and creative potential keeps us going.

A Baltimore Holiday Photo Essay by Joe Cardamone

Seasonal Favorites: NIght time images of the annual monument lighting ceremony in Mount Vernon and the "Miracle" on 34th Street

The Circle and the Line: The Jewelry of Betty Cooke at The Walters is up through January 2, 2022

There is subtlety, but never repetition in this retrospective of 160 objects. There is revelation in the tiniest nuance.

The Guardians: Reshaping History presented by the Peale at Carroll Mansion

"I take care of myself when I'm taking care of people,” Audrey Carter says. “When I know people are okay, I'm okay.”

The last shows at Area 405 pay tribute to the nearly 20 years of work that went into the artist-run venue and studio building

The final part, the “Eulogy,” takes place this Thursday, December 16.

Trends and Sightings at The Big Fair Miami Beach

While it’s exciting to see works of art by well known favorites at Art Basel, it's a treat to discover new artists and galleries and this year’s big fair provided a slew of new names and programs to follow.

Dispatches from Untitled Art Fair and NADA at Miami Art Week 2021

The term horror vacui, or “fear of the vacuum,” remained stuck in my head… could this new maximalism be a reflection of the claustrophobia of lockdown life and fear of loss?

At the Katzen Arts Center, Robles-Gordon's exhibition conveys a first-person account of the intimacies of movement

In Robles-Gordon’s hands, mistaking the map means we must contend with the entanglements of colonialism and empire—and the spiritual resonance of it all—in the wake of violence. 

Photo Essay Documenting a Miami Art Fair Performance courtesy of de boer

Monsieur Zohore’s performance, entitled Rush, casts a critical lens on the lineage of ‘bro culture’ linking lascivious behavior to so-called heteronormative practices often tied to fraternal Greek stereotypes.

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