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.
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?
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.
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.
“More is More” is the theme for BmoreArt's Issue 12, where maximalism, inclusivity, exuberance, and accumulation become the modus operandi for a post-pandemic world.
The 2021 New Museum Triennial, Soft Water Hard Stone, the museum's fifth, exhibits works by 40 artists and collectives from around the world including Baltimore's Cynthia Daignault and Kahlil Robert Irving.
There are so many more stories to tell about female-identifying people throughout history, and so many histories neglected and erased, but it is exciting to see the beginnings of new figures celebrated on this kind of stage.
A discussion with Laure Drogoul about her show at Maryland Art Place and the 14 Karat Cabaret, an “Exquisite Corpse Manifest”
This cohort of photographers apply the fine-art idioms of landscape, portraiture, and still life to fashion photography.
Both analog and digital, Marimutu’s photo collages reveal a process of self discovery and self representation through the active manipulating and reconfiguring of material into sculptural figures.
Their first goal was to understand just what has been lost: to reconstruct the contours of the expansive collection.
Translations and Transitions celebrates Mexican and Central American History and Culture through November 7
Bill Schmidt and Jan Razauskas’ Spatial Fabrications at MONO Practice, Color and Illusion: The Still Lifes of Juan Gris at the BMA, and Rania Matar’s She at C. Grimaldis Gallery.