Visual Art

Visual Art

INTERMISSION... and on to the second of half of Michael Farley's ABMB Roundup Part One here. The next morning, I nursed my whale-hangover at the Sagamore Hotel’s annual brunch. It’s ...

Chris Ofili's "Night and Day", currently at the New Museum in New York City, represents the artist's first survey show in America — and a forceful return to the city ...

Michael Farley on Art Basel, Zones Art Fair, and Art Theft at ABMB Last week, standing in the press registration line at the Basel Vernissage, a gauntlet that seems to ...

Michael Farley does Aqua Aqua opened on Wednesday night. It’s always one of my favorite parties— so nice to duck in and out of hotel room/galleries into their open-air courtyard ...

Days of Endless Time at the Hirshhorn by Kerr Houston So let’s begin by getting a few things out of the way. This essay is 2,063 words, or ten paragraphs ...

Kerr Houston on John McNeil Whistler's Etchings of Venice at The Freer Seated in the Johns Hopkins Special Collections reading room, I’m looking at an odd little booklet. Assembled in ...

Michael Farley on Prospect 3 New Orleans - Part 2 Trying to see all of P.3 in one weekend is not a good idea. I get really cranky when I'm ...

Ian MacLean Davis on “From These Woods” by Really Large Numbers, presented at D Center Baltimore by The Institute of Contemporary Art Baltimore Really Large Numbers is the name chosen ...

Michael Farley on Prospect New Orleans 3 - Part One in a Series I'm in New Orleans for the third installment of the Prospect Biennial (P.3), but I'm having a ...

For the past fifteen years, Bathgate has built, modified and used a variety of metalworking tools and machinery.

Bathgate’s body of work is comprised of intricately machined metal sculptures that represent the combination of his unique metalworking style with a pragmatic, logistics-based approach to engineering complex metal objects.

Marking the 25th anniversary of Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing (which was named a “culturally significant” work by the Library of Congress and earned a place on the American ...

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 ...

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