Visual Art

Visual Art

Part of the Walters' Art Sound Now series, the artists' piece finds inspiration in myth and conceptions of the afterlife

While Reid’s part of Immortal Voices hints at the heavens, Pangelica’s deals with darkness.

Sohn’s exploration of the limitations of plaster and porcelain runs deep

"It's the material that's doing its thing and I'm only doing this selection."

Organized by Jamie Grace Alexander with Baltimore Safe Haven, a Street Mural Reclaims a Part of the Neighborhood

Limitations and strategies for art prizes and digital exhibitions during a global pandemic

Conversations with the 2020 Sondheim Finalists: Miguel Braceli, Hoesy Corona, Phylicia Ghee, LaToya Hobbs, Muriel Hasbun, and strikeWare

Subjects of Asia Kenney's portrait series define for themselves what womanhood means

Eight pro tips from a professor on creating demo videos for art students

If all else fails, try to channel the confidence of Oprah.

Three Baltimore-based Artists Exhibiting Together

This edition of Quarantine Diaries features three artists whose exhibition at BmoreArt’s Connect+Collect Gallery was postponed.

On the BMA's reopened sculpture garden and the future of monuments

It’s hard to reconcile my rich memories of the place with what now reads as a limited and parochial landscape.

In Church’s world, bodies are much more likely to remain isolated than to touch

Now the textures of the art I have collected are more real, more tangible, than the textures of human faces.

The six 2020 Sondheim Finalists include five interdisciplinary and visual artists and one three-person artist collective.

This year marks the 15th for Artscape's $25,000 Sondheim Prize

NMWA’s collecting practices have significantly diversified the art world since 1987

NMWA’s recent acquisitions include 166 photos by Mary Ellen Mark, a mixed-media portrait by Delita Martin, three large-scale photos by Rania Matar, and a six-foot-long chandelier by Joana Vasconcelos

A Durational Performance Designed by Ada Pinkston

MAWU: TheEndisTheBeginningIstheEnd is an eight-hour durational performance that combines the history of Juneteenth with the legacy of Lucy Parsons, the revolutionary labor organizer who fought for the eight-hour workday.

Adapting to virtual platforms, cooperative sales models, and what a future art world could look like

FAIR was designed for the internet and functions with a profit-sharing model with percentages going directly to artists and their galleries, a cooperative gallery sales pool, and a cooperative artists sales pool, with a smaller percentage going back to NADA.

A Report from AVAM, BMA, BMI, MHS, NMWA, Peale Center, Reginald F. Lewis Museum, and The Walters

Innovative offerings designed for a digital space and supporting community outreach

Led by materials and natural curiosity, Cheng's interdisciplinary practice is ever-evolving

For Cheng, the environment of the interdisciplinary studio, simulated in art school by classroom work time and interaction with the students, is the most important.

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