By recontextualizing personal and universal experiences and focusing on artists who are Black, Indigenous, and people of color, the show presents an opportunity for other BIPOC artists to continue breaking the mold of what abstraction can look like: a fundamentally multifaceted form of expression.
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.
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.
Toor's paintings are autobiographical yet steeped in references to classical paintings, executed with the casual air of an illustrator in his sketchbook.
The creators of two recent, enthralling films—Neptune Frost (2022) and Strawberry Mansion (2021)—also call on dreams in their dystopian science fiction, presenting provocative and fluid narratives with dynamic characters, beautiful shots of landscapes, and curious costuming.
Much like the artist’s enduring body of work, the heart of 'Full Circle' is found in its layers.
"WHEN EVERYTHING IS POLITICAL, NOTHING IS / WHEN NOTHING IS POLITICAL, EVERYTHING IS"
Curated by Joe Tropea, Visions of Night: Baltimore Nocturnes at the Maryland Center for History and Culture beautifully and seamlessly integrates Baltimore nightlife of the past and present.
With 82 galleries representing 37 countries, the surprisingly compact fair is dense with content.
Kyrae Dawaun, Danni O’Brien, Alexander D’Agostino, Sharon Shapiro, Marisa Stratton, and Ju Yun each have an investigative approach to art-making and present new, invigorating works in their solo shows.
Fostel’s drawings are as much about what’s there as what’s not.
Flanked by ranks of Quattrocento holy figures, Stephen Towns’ protagonist feels at once at home and strikingly distinct.