Three Succinct Reviews including a group show about death in a former funeral home, as well as figurative narrative paintings from established masters Grace Hartigan and Raoul Middleman and a new generation of painters in Baltimore
While Ito leans on a more personal narrative to probe the continued legacy of violence, Tillman dissects printmaking history, wartime advertisements and reminiscence in social media today.
These past ten years at MAP may seem to be a blur of exhibits, events, and art walks, but it’s important to realize that none of it would have happened without the determination of one devoted arts administrator.
Baltimore, Addressed features five recent Baker awardees who respond to the past, present, and imagined future of the city and is curated by Brittany Luberda, BMA Anne Stone Assistant Curator of Decorative Arts
Jennipur Jane’s twin exhibits, "Ephemerally Yours" and "Rituals," now on view at Fell’s Point gallery The Alchemy of Art, are centered around photography that “explores the duality of human nature.”
Our release parties are an extension of our mission: to create a network of collaborators, to elevate the arts, and to build community through arts and culture
Livi is an artist who moves between media seamlessly, always seeking out material that speaks to the domestic space and figuring out how to manipulate it after.
John Waters wants us to rethink the ludicrous possibility of a masterpiece
For the artist, distortion of the image reflects the fear of dehumanizing and delegitimizing the real-world phenomena occurring around us.
In Gold Rush, Stephanie Garon seeks to “amplify not my voice, but the [voices] of the people directly involved with the mine and with the land."
Three succinct reviews covering selection of contemporary sculptures, abstract paintings, and the boundaries of photography in Baltimore.
As BOPA continues to create new pathways to support Artscape and other major initiatives for the arts in the region through its strategic plan process, I hope that School 33 is brought back into the spotlight as one of Baltimore’s “Big Three” nonprofit exhibition spaces, where it belongs.