Critical Review

Critical Review

A Homecoming to Puerto Rico Offers the Chance to Check-in on the Island's Cultural Institutions

Visits to two museums in San Juan: the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico and the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico

A Tribe Called Run, A Baltimore Running Collective

What I love about running and specifically about running with A Tribe Called Run is just this: everything you can see and learn on a long run in Baltimore.

Congratulations to 2023 Sondheim Award Winner Abigail Lucien!

Abigail Lucien is the recipient of the $30,000 fellowship, Kyrae Dawaun awarded a residency at Civitella Ranieri, and Nekisha Durrett the residency at the Bromo Art Studios.

WYPR presents New/Next Film Fest at The Charles Theatre August 18-20 with a variety of parties, programs, and concerts

A good film festival honors that artistic core, and brings its city an international view of independent cinema that hopefully also says something meaningful about the city in which the festival takes place.

From a Memorial for Victims of State Violence to Marxist Chickens, Abigail Lucien, Nekisha Durrett, and Kyrae Dawaun aren't Afriaid to get Political

Exhibition of the 2023 Sondheim Finalists at The Walters: Abigail Lucien, Nekisha Durrett, and Kyrae Dawaun   Introduction   In the 18th annual Janet & Walter Sondheim Award Finalists Exhibition, ...

After a Nearly Year-Long Hiatus, Waller Gallery's first Show Post-Renovation is a Welcome Reminder of the Space's Necessity

"Surviving the One" by Roberto Dyea (AKA Tsi Yoo Nah) closes this Saturday, June 22nd. It marks the first show at the new and improved Waller Gallery since the gallery closed for renovations last September.

Bright Color Contrasts with An Emotional Burden to Process Loss and Find Solace

A Visual Artist Explores the Loss of Her Mother in Dramatic, Color-Filled Expressive Canvasses

An Exhibition of 81 Individual Artists Curated from the MSAC Artist Registry

What does a survey of contemporary art in Maryland look like in 2023?

Each numbered case contains all the necessary components for a person to install one of these works in a place of their choosing

CPM’s newest edition project is a collectible, collaboration between gallery director Vlad Smolkin and artist Luba Drozd

Sadie Barnette's New Eagle Creek Saloon at STABLE Arts is a commemorative installation named for the first multi-racial queer bar in San Francisco, operated by Barnette’s father, Rodney from 1990 to 1993

If this spirit of pride and activism can permeate multiple communities across geographic locations, gaining collective mass, what can be said for our ability to harness that power to shape the future?

A Rare and Revelatory Collection on View

Douglass, as a man, was continuously evolving, just as he fiercely advocated for societal evolution. On view until April 21, 2024, this exhibit reflects how our understanding of his legacy is ever moving forward as well.

Natural Motifs Abound in Solo Shows at Goya Contemporary and Galerie Myrtis, as well as at C. Grimaldis' Group Sculpture Show

Three Baltimore exhibitions capture the essence of material inquiries: Marcel Doucet’s "Water Grieves in the Six Shades of Death" at Galerie Myrtis, "A Sculpture Show" at C. Grimaldis Gallery, and Trace Miller’s "Pulp Fiction" at Goya Contemporary.

Exhibiting at the Creative Alliance's Main Gallery Through June 17

MJ Neuberger’s installation-based exhibition at the Creative Alliance centers on healing intergenerational race and gender-based trauma.

"Collected Things" Brings the Detritus of Luminaries from MICA, Baltimore, and Beyond to New York

It is remarkable how combining objects, each with its own lineage, can create brand new creative offspring.

Current’s "Crip Algebra" and the Calculus of Accessibility

An international group show explores disability and networks of care. The exhibition closes this Sunday, June 4 with an artist talk and reception from 3 to 5 PM.

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