Visual Art

Visual Art

Memes, Art World Gossip, Tough Love, and Predictions for the New Year

@jerrygogosian: "You can still be an artist and find a way to support yourself without academia, grants, or gallery sales, and frankly, the bigger “world” needs the influence of artistic thinkers the most."

I was first floored by a Karen Yasinsky film at MICA’s Falvey Hall back in the aughts. After the screening I stopped her in the aisles and inarticulately gushed, “I ...

As the largest global displacement crisis since World War II continues to unfold, two recently opened installations in Washington, DC museums offer provocative, distinct ways of thinking about migration and ...

Webster Phillips and the the I. Henry Photo Project is an ongoing effort to archive family photographs by two prominent African-American photojournalists

The I. Henry Photo Project documents a lost and hidden Baltimore from the perspective of Black photojournalists over the past century.

For Christine Neill, paper itself is a living, breathing thing. Her watercolor and print works, currently on view at Goya Contemporary, are comprised of many edges, shadows, and cut outs. ...

Baltimore’s pool of talent is an ever-expanding universe

Rather than seeing "radical" changes in arts and cultural movements, especially in recent years, I saw strategic, progressive steps—consistent throughout the decade.

A Studio Visit with the 2019 23-year-old Sondheim Prize Winner

Brown’s installation and photography work, which asks her audience “to confront race and identity in modern terms,” challenges some viewers to recognize microaggressions they may not have previously considered.

Another good year for Baltimore's visual art scene

The best Baltimore art exhibitions of 2019 looked backward and forward, often simultaneously, probing current and past sociopolitical concerns as well as our increasingly foreboding environmental climate.

Sun streams in through the large windows at the Walters’ 1 West Mount Vernon Place as Antonio McAfee shows me his installation “Unmaking and Making.” Shadowy faces from long ago, ...

Art Basel Miami Beach's Artist-Run Art Fair

Satellite was one of the few venues in Miami this year where the majority of the work on view was either immediately lovable or, better yet, interesting. 

Judy Chicago’s newest body of work gapes at catastrophe. In The End: A Meditation on Death and Extinction, on view at the National Museum of Women in the Arts through ...

Krystal Mack wants to stop using food as a means of escape. The artist prompts audiences to imagine food as a tool to be present with yourself, your city, and ...

Inside Beyond Video, the rowhouse with the hypnotic paint job next to the Ottobar, there are thousands of Blu-Rays, DVDs, and even some VHS—a defiant, pro-stuff counterpunch to Amazon, Netflix, ...

It’s a subtle and quiet idea: photograph one place for a long while. Fair Lawn, Scott Opirhory’s book of photography and accompanying show at Full Circle Fine Art Services’ Gallery ...

It’s a subtle and quiet idea: photograph one place for a long while. Fair Lawn, Scott Opirhory’s book of photography and accompanying show at Full Circle Fine Art Services’ Gallery ...

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