Responding specifically to a political context in both the subject matter and form, Umma’s care is directionless; it emerges from within and towards the people she cares for.
Due to insularity, technology, the art market, and a majority of writing about art, we now carry a bevy preconceived notions about the kind of art we are supposed to love, how to love it, and how it's supposed to make us feel.
While it’s exciting to see works of art by well known favorites at Art Basel, it's a treat to discover new artists and galleries and this year’s big fair provided a slew of new names and programs to follow.
I tend to pair images together to complicate things, to show that my life is not one thing or another, that there is always a subtext or a tangent or a side story and nothing is simple.
Taking over an entire floor of the museum, the show is a massive undertaking that showcases 100 works in a survey spanning Clark’s career.
Lisa Yuskavage’s porn-inspired, rainbow-hued paintings of women in fantasy landscapes are featured at the BMA through Sept 19 in Wilderness, a survey show co-organized with the Aspen Museum of Art
This war is gruesome, immoral, and cruel—both to the Ukrainian people, civilians targeted every day, and to the Russian soldiers who are dying for a cause many of them do not believe in.
Culture Strike is essential reading for art museum professionals, board members, artists, and cultural community members
A discussion with five Baltimore-based artists whose art practices have been affected by coronavirus
Around the end of August, Double Dagger announced their two-date shows at Ottobar and Current Space as a “once in a decade” event that would only be held in Baltimore in mid-October.