The rewards of what is in plain sight far outweigh what is tucked away.
Rahne Alexander and Jaimes Mayhew’s installation at the Baltimore Museum of Art invites viewers to connect their own domestic lives to those of LGBTQ people.
At the core of this show is a conversation in paint about influence and individuality.
If most people think of contemporary Baltimore as the land of John Waters, then maybe the Baltimore Museum of Art’s growing presence on the contemporary art scene may help diversify people’s perceptions beyond the drag queen Divine and campy gay bars. The museum announced details yesterday about their renovation currently in progress on its contemporary wing.