Walking into one of Artise Fletcher’s textile workshops, which explore societal beauty standards and individual relationships to hair, audiences typically “come into it skeptical, not knowing what to expect,” she says.
The exhibition opens up the inexhaustible problems of the double, demonstrating how art is particularly well suited to explore them.
Featuring Jackie Andrews, Mara Colecchia, Nicole Dest-Forrester, Caitlin Duckwall, Luci Jockel, Andy Lowrie, Kerianne Quick, Sarah Parker, Risa Reyes, and Ashlee Wetta.
"Ex-tend, Ex-cess: Metamorphosis in Clay" is a compelling celebration of the versatility of ceramics. "fortune:folly" is a powerful and captivating show in which kelli rae adams explores and criticizes current financial systems.
How did a notoriously hard-to-grow fruit spawn a whole industry?
Considering the process of an art career in conjunction with creating good art is essential in achieving goals that might have previously been unattainable
By recontextualizing personal and universal experiences and focusing on artists who are Black, Indigenous, and people of color, the show presents an opportunity for other BIPOC artists to continue breaking the mold of what abstraction can look like: a fundamentally multifaceted form of expression.
Aesthetic intimacy shifts us from positions of consumer-consumable into the relational reciprocity that can shift the way we perceive art and artists.
The book's title, River’s Dream, comes from Hatleberg's desire for his child to be able to enter the same dream state of heightened perception he himself works in.
Curated by Kader Attia and titled Still Here!, this year’s edition mulls the lasting impacts of colonialism, modernity, globalization, and ecological exploitation and collapse—as well as dozens of tangentially related ills.
After four decades working in Baltimore County art education, Linda Popp focuses on her art, investigating relationships and the concept of time and place through mixed media.
“I was so in love with everything, and it seemed like a good way to bring different communities together," Tyler says.