Joseph Young’s MicroFiction RowHouse consists of short texts and fragments of a fictional family’s history playing out across the surfaces of the artist’s home.
With Rat Film Theo Anthony shows how Baltimore’s rat infestation and racism originate in and are enmeshed with the city’s historical development.
Video footage showing someone taking a sledgehammer to the memorial’s base was posted on Popular Resistance’s YouTube channel this morning.
After a unanimous resolution by Baltimore’s City Council to remove the Confederate monuments, they were swiftly taken away by city workers overnight.
In his solo show at Terrault Contemporary, Devin N. Morris suggests that touching paper need not differ from touching flesh.
H.T. Darling’s Incredible Musaeum in Baltimore’s 1814 Peale Museum, the first built museum in the United States, offers visitors a complex narrative of time travel and colonialism.
On December 5, city fire marshals and the housing authority condemned the Bell Foundry, a DIY venue that had become a home for local artists with marginalized identities.
While many photographers focus on either aesthetics or rigorous documentation, Rania Matar fuses them — and adds a generous dose of humanity for good measure.
It’s easy to forget that a historic artifact preserved in a museum is not a static object.
BALTIMORE — The golden man is tiny, but he’s got a penis like a garden hose.
BALTIMORE — Most contemporary art museums operate in service of the art they exhibit, the setting playing a secondary role to artists’ intentions.
The first images coming out of the Freddie Gray protests in Baltimore last week were photographs by local professionals and amateurs, distributed across social media.