Dereck Mangus

Dereck Mangus

Originally from Boston, Dereck Mangus is a visual artist and writer currently based in Baltimore. His artwork has been exhibited in select galleries around "Charm City" and elsewhere, while recognition for his written compositions includes winning the prestigious Frieze Writer’s Prize in 2018. Mangus holds an MLA in Visual Arts from Harvard and an MA in Critical Studies from MICA. Mangus is also an avid cyclist and rides to and from work at the Baltimore Museum of Art every workday.

Stories by Dereck Mangus
A New Group Exhibition from Curator Fabiola R. Delgado Looks Beyond the Numbers on Migration

The ten artists on view in Between, Through, Across represent a diverse, intergenerational, multicultural group of creators with unique backgrounds, styles, and visions—each of whom have their own personal take on the subject of migration.

Spring Has Sprung, Thrice

This spring, check out Crossroads by the Enoch Pratt Library's artist-in-residence Hoesy Corona, False Relations at C. Grimaldis Gallery, and Goya Contemporary's Bearing Witness and NOW

Johab Silva's "Tales of the New World" at MoCA Arlington

Silva’s subject is nothing less than the global cataclysm we find ourselves in—from the lingering effects of colonization, to sustained war and genocide, environmental degradation, and rampant consumerism.

Reflecting on the History of the American Labor Movement while Looking Ahead into the New Millenium 

Forged Together: Collective Action at the Baltimore Museum of Industry Reflects on the History of the American Labor Movement While Also Looking Ahead into the New Millenium    You hear, ...