Visual Art

Visual Art

An Interview by Nicole Ringel Site-specific and intensely researched, the many projects of Lynn Cazabon investigate complicated relationships between humans and the environment. Her most expansive project, Uncultivated, is a massive ...

Jean Alexander Frater: Painting Between the Means at Guest Spot by Joseph Shaikewitz Something unfamiliar happened as I roamed the domestic interior of Guest Spot—the site of Chicago-based artist Jean ...

Jermaine Bell on The Image of the Black: Reimagined and Redefined at Galerie Myrtis When I completed my undergraduate degree at MICA, my self-directed thesis was an original series of ...

An Essay by Kerr Houston There it sits: at once immense and pristine, its form characterized by a basic perfection even as it forms an uncanny presence in the lower ...

Imagining Home at the Baltimore Museum of Art From October 25, 2015 — August 1, 2018 The inaugural exhibition for the BMA’s new Patricia and Mark Joseph Education Center brings ...

On view: Oct 10 – Nov 28 Gallery hours: Tue-Sat, 11am-7pm Meet the Artists: November 22 at 5 pm A mix of drawing, digital media and installation, Inside / Outside ...

Jed Dietz, Founding Director of the MD Film Festival, and the soon-to-be Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway Film Center by Cara Ober Baltimore’s Parkway Theatre transports you exactly one hundred years back ...

Katie Boyts on GhostFood, an Art + Food Project The white food truck sat, perched and buzzing. You approach, place an order (everything is free), and receive a squarish white ...

Freddy's Last Show Reviewed by Terence Hannum You find yourself circling like a predator, acutely aware of your own upright posture. In Lap of the High Plains, Rosy Keyser’s sculptures ...

Entering the darkened room, I am greeted first by a large-scale moving image, a panoramic abstract field of clear cyan and blood red. I watch explosions of circular pixelated particles ...

ON & OFF THE WALL: 3D and 2D works By Jack Livingston Paul Daniel is the creator of many large scale public art projects in the Baltimore region which consist ...

How to Navigate Open Studios

An Open Studio Can Generate New Relationships, Art Purchases, and Opportunities When Undertaken with Intentionality and Purpose

Interview with Sterling Wells by Jan Razauskas Metropolitan Structures is a new project space located in a private residence in Charles Village. It is run by Philip Tomaru. A recent exhibition, ...

Mechanick Exercises: Colin Van Winkle at the C. Grimaldis Gallery by Joseph Shaikewitz It becomes quite clear upon entering Mechanick Exercises—Colin Van Winkle’s current solo-presentation at C. Grimaldis Gallery—that this ...

Not So Starving Artists: Broadway Market in Fells Point by Katie Boyts It’s time for a change in theme here at Not So Starving Artists. Not that I won’t still ...

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