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.
If you are curious about the future of the contemporary art world in Baltimore, our regional MFA and Visual Arts programs are brimming with talented art world contenders, including students, faculty, and alumni.
The objects Tierney employs trigger memories and personal associations, but they also represent systems, histories, industries and labor, and the environmental impact of it all.
Toor's paintings are autobiographical yet steeped in references to classical paintings, executed with the casual air of an illustrator in his sketchbook.
There is more than the single story of the material; there is usually a personal tie-in, a cultural or historical reference the viewer can also pick up on if they engage with it.
Black pop art iconography, like Jet magazine’s coverage and advertisements reflecting the 1960s Black is Beautiful movement and the Natural Hair Movement of the 2000s, are all influential to Brown’s photographs.
A smaller sampling of Baltimore area artists still offers a compelling temperature check on subjects of contemporary artistic concern.