Visual Art

Visual Art

Kerr Houston interviews Ricky Lee Gordon Over the past few years, Ricky Lee Gordon has become one of the most visible figures in what is sometimes called global muralism. Working ...

Kerr Houston reviews History Doesn't Laugh at Goodman Gallery When Hank Willis Thomas first showed his work at the BMA in 2009 (in conjunction with a residency at Johns Hopkins), ...

Alloverstreet reviewed by Michael Farley Whenever I know I’m going to see a lot of art in a short amount of time, I brace myself in anticipation that I won’t ...

Annegien van Doorn at Foam by Kerr Houston So maybe your duties have lightened in the summer, or you’ve got a hard-earned week or two off, and maybe you have ...

Photos and Audio from BmoreArt Talks with Rashid Johnson and Mera & Don Rubell

Learn all about being "dumb like a painter," about how art collector couples "cheat" on each other, and what Post-Blackness actually means.

Like the term ‘imaging,’ which is rife with a newish and vague potential, the six students all utilize modern media and digital process professionally, dramatically, and effectively.

What is refreshing about this work is the way all six artists are able to seamlessly blend new media with traditional, hands-on process to present varied, personal, and physical results.

An Introduction by Kerr Houston and Jennifer Watson It is futile, perhaps, to try to identify the precise moment at which Western art criticism came into being. Was Plato the ...

Translated by Kerr Houston and Jennifer Watson A letter to Mr. de Poiresson-Chamarande, Lieutenant General At the bailiff’s office and presidial bench of Chaumont in Bassigny. Regarding the paintings shown ...

by Kerr Houston and Jameson Magrogan Two hundred seventy-three years is a long time – and it’s especially long in an art world that is often characterized by an intense ...

American Photographer Garry Winogrand at the National Gallery of Art by Kerr Houston Most of them raise their heads and look up, up into the morning sky. Rather like Sumerian ...

Built in the 1870s, the building had been cut into a warren of tiny student apartments, then laid vacant for a few years with a leaky roof.

Naylor's home renovation became "a mid-life crisis sculpture project.”

What would happen if, surrounded by the innumerable surveillance cameras and sleek counter-terrorism technologies of the modern capitalist state, you began to make overtures towards the unseen humans who operate ...

It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. It's hard to believe that 2013 is over! Things are happening in Baltimore, lots of good things, but ...

The holidays are a great time to visit Baltimore's free local art museums. The Walters Art Museum's permanent collection spans 55 centuries, so your family members and out of town ...

Artist: James Bouché Price: $5-40 Medium: Screen Printed Apparels Status: Always Online Baltimore Connection: This guy is local. My Connection:  James Bouché wears all black.  He shifts swiftly in between ...

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