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  • Sterling Ruby's soft sculptures offer a flaccid take on soft power

    Front Room: Sterling Ruby Through June 15 at the Baltimore Museum of Art Sterling Ruby has been anointed. Roberta Smith of The New York Times said that Ruby may be the most interesting artist to have emerged this century, and Smith's revered husband, New...
  • BMA shows dozens of Matisse's drawings of his daughter

    Matisse's Marguerite: Model Daughter Through Jan. 19, 2014 at Baltimore Museum of Art Today, when parents want to brag about their kids, they do so in obscenely long Facebook statuses. Cellphones also play a big role in sharing those snapshots of...
  • The BMA regains a long-lost Renoir

    A U.S. district court judge ended the dispute over "On the Shore of the Seine," a stolen Renoir painting, on Friday, Jan. 10 when he awarded ownership of the painting to the Baltimore Museum of Art, from which the painting was stolen in 1951. Marcia...
  • Old Victrola, Shirks, Electron, and more

    WEDNESDAY: Old Victrola and Community Center play at the Ottobar. Singer-songwriter Mike Weyrauch performs at Joe Squared. Papa Roach, who has proven as stubbornly resilient as its namesake insect, headlines Rams Head Live. THURSDAY: D.C. hardcore...
  • Whoarfrost, Brett Dennen, Major Lazer, Other Colors, and more

    WEDNESDAY: The Windup Space hosts a night of avant improv from Whoarfrost, Microkingdom, and Jazz Lunch. Baltimore rock-and-soul combo Sinnin' Men play the Sidebar with the Sharp Shadows. Dino's Boys from Atlanta play the Ottobar with Natural Child and...
  • Finally, a long overdue article on gentrification and its relationship to local arts venues and businesses

    Finally, a long overdue article on gentrification and its relationship to local arts venues and businesses ("Can Station North Save the City?" Feature, July 3). I only wish greater examination was given to the displacement and damage to the artist which...
  • City Paper's roundup of the finalists for the $25,000 Sondheim Prize

    The exhibition of this year's Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize finalists smells like the jury-Caroline Busta, Jenny Schlenzka, and Beverly Semmes-was desperate to be "relevant." Four of the six artists on display at the Walters Art Museum (the...
  • ROBOKOP, Gladys Knight, Great Train Robbery, Bell Foundry Summer Ender celebration, and more

    WEDNESDAY: ROBOKOP, featuring members of the Disco Biscuits and BioDiesel, plays the 8x10 with Stokeswood. Linda Cain presents the weekly Acoustic Night Open Mic at Fish Head Cantina. Don't miss: Maryland-raised R&B icon Toni Braxton performs at Pier...
  • Steve Miller Band, Mindless Behavior, Buckcherry, Out of Your Head Collective, and more

    WEDNESDAY: The Steve Miller Band keeps on a-rock'n you at Pier Six Pavilion. Nashville garage-rockers Turbo Fruits play the Metro Gallery with Short List friends the Woolly Moon and Thee Lexington Arrows. Qi Lo plays acoustic modern-rock covers at the...
  • Annex Theater and Station North move into new North Avenue location

    Sure, Kevin Spacey's Baltimore-filmed House of Cards seems loosely based on Shakespeare's Macbeth, but you don't need all of the blocked-off streets and film crews in order to experience the classic drama of political ambition and power-grabbing. In fact,...
  • BMA shows how Max Weber brought modernism to America

    Max Weber: Bringing Paris to New York At the Baltimore Museum of Art through June 23 A hundred years ago last month, modern art burst onto the American shore with the famous, or rather infamous, Armory Show. Or so the story goes. Max Weber: Bringing...
  • Five years after the artist's death, an acolyte recalls the universe he created

    It was the day after Thanksgiving in 2007 when writer Barry Michael Cooper called to tell me that our friend, artist Larry Scott, was dead. For a moment, I was silent, trying to figure out if what I heard was what was really said. "Yeah, man," he said...