Flanked by ranks of Quattrocento holy figures, Stephen Towns’ protagonist feels at once at home and strikingly distinct.
Barber, David, and Dorman transport viewers to fictitious and prophetic scenarios of apocalypses and hopeful futures that suspend disbelief through immersion in surreal realms.
The intimate group show, Order and Uncertainty: Five Abstract Painters, features painters who share what curator Timothy App calls a classical impulse to bring order to abstraction: Power Boothe, the late Julie Karabenick; Patsy Krebs, WC Richardson, and Linling Lu.
The first object I meet immediately implicates me in a process of dismantling.
CENTENNIAL: On The Topic Of Now at Current Space, Open House: Art, Craft, and Domesticity at MICA's Decker Gallery, and a new art gallery/retail space in the former ICA Baltimore building on North Avenue.
Lauren Frances Adams, Mequitta Ahuja, LaToya M. Hobbs, and Cindy Cheng received significant project support from the BMA to create new bodies of work.
The 2021 New Museum Triennial, Soft Water Hard Stone, the museum's fifth, exhibits works by 40 artists and collectives from around the world including Baltimore's Cynthia Daignault and Kahlil Robert Irving.
Their first goal was to understand just what has been lost: to reconstruct the contours of the expansive collection.
Bill Schmidt and Jan Razauskas’ Spatial Fabrications at MONO Practice, Color and Illusion: The Still Lifes of Juan Gris at the BMA, and Rania Matar’s She at C. Grimaldis Gallery.
Featuring sculptures, installations, videos, and photographs, and juxtaposing pieces from across her career with a host of recent works , "The Weather" is a dazzling display of what the art historian RoseLee Goldberg once called Anderson’s “powerful inventive drive.
The show’s larger focus is material culture, specifically Black material culture featuring objects that contain history and tradition.
This show is richly rewarding, due in large part to a range of rarely seen objects and some truly clever juxtapositions.
There is much to consider about depletion and extraction in a low- or no-budget art space within a gentrifying city.