Fanni Somogyi

Fanni Somogyi

Fanni Somogyi is a sculptor and writer originally from Budapest, Hungary, and currently based in Baltimore. She completed her BFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Interdisciplinary Sculpture and Creative Writing. Her sculptural work explores cross pollinations, hybrid creatures and speculative scenarios. She writes criticism, poetry, essay, and short fiction, with particular interest in the scientific and environmental. Her writing has been published in Hobart Literary Magazine, and as part of the Supra Natural Anthology. Follow her at www.fannisomogyi.com. Photo by Elisha Maria Photography.

Stories by Fanni Somogyi
The Personal is Political in Gentrifying DC

Themes of fragmentation, remembrance, and celebration flow through White’s varied yet cohesive body of work.

Text and Found Object in exhibitions by Kei Ito and R.L. Tillman

While Ito leans on a more personal narrative to probe the continued legacy of violence, Tillman dissects printmaking history, wartime advertisements and reminiscence in social media today.

Two ceramics exhibitions at Towson University push the limits of the medium, with an artist talk by kelli rae adams tomorrow, Oct. 6

"Ex-tend, Ex-cess: Metamorphosis in Clay" is a compelling celebration of the versatility of ceramics. "fortune:folly" is a powerful and captivating show in which kelli rae adams explores and criticizes current financial systems.

The Peale and Maryland Art Place convene a range of contemporary ideas into vivid and comprehensive group exhibitions

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.