Visual Art

Visual Art

By Rebecca Juliette Tanya Ziniewicz is a painter and observer of the subtle.  In her own words, she sees her work as an exploration of "the vague shift between emergence and ...

Jermaine Bell in Conversation with Devin Allen Devin Allen or #bydvnlln, as he is known on Instagram, went from being a guy who worked the graveyard shift at a facility ...

Life Preservers by Sejong Cho at Metro Gallery Reviewed by Seola Lee Baltimore-based artist Sejong Cho’s new exhibit Life Preservers at Metro Gallery features about twenty different creatures, ranging from ...

BmoreArt’s Picks presents the best weekly art openings, events, and performances happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas. For a more comprehensive perspective, check the BmoreArt Calendar page, which includes ongoing exhibits and performances, ...

A Review by Kerr Houston Taking in the Venice Biennale is never exactly easy. The sheer scale of the event – the oldest and largest regular exhibition of contemporary art in the ...

Photos by Oliva Obineme from Borders, Boundaries, and Barricades, a two week long performance art review highlighting the performance art community in Baltimore, from Monday, June 22 at Gallery CA, Women on the ...

Painter Morgan Monceaux Interprets the Histories of Our Time by Cara Ober Morgan Monceaux  has been reviewed in the New York Times and the New Yorker. Three of his paintings have ...

Rowan Fulton on Pentimento: Paintings by Mike McConnell at School 33 Currently on view in the Members Gallery of School 33 Art Center, Pentimento, a solo show of recent paintings ...

The 2015 Sondheim Prize Finalist Exhibition discussed by Ian MacLean Davis, Bret McCabe, and Cara Ober For the first time in its ten-year history all seven finalists for the 2015 ...

Who owns our public spaces in post-Freddie Gray Baltimore? Mike Pugh explores Baltimore’s architectural pleasurescape: past, present, and emerging. What is your dream to make the Inner Harbor spectacular and ...

The MSAC Mini-Grant program was established to provide immediate, responsive support to community-based artists and organizations undertaking arts events and programming that respond to the May uprising in Baltimore. The ...

BmoreArt’s Picks presents the best weekly art openings, events, and performances happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas. For a more comprehensive perspective, check the BmoreArt Calendar page, which includes ongoing exhibits and performances, ...

Ginevra Shay: Photographer, Curator, and Alley Wanderer by Ingrid Ma “The thing that I love… is destroying humanity,” she finished, peering from her subtle cat-eye frames with a cheery smile. ...

Nicole Ringel Reviews Gilding the Lily at Area 405 Curated by René Treviño and Stewart Watson, Area 405’s newest exhibition, Gilding the Lily, explores different ways that artists use of superficial, ...

Michael Dax Iacovone on Rachel Schmidt's Forgotten Futures at Flashpoint Five hundred years into the future, there's just a single elephant left to tower in the concrete jungle that has ...

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