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  • BMA puts Morris Louis in the company of Rothko, Stella, and de Kooning

    Morris Louis Unveiled Through Feb. 9 at the Baltimore Museum of Art   When you walk down the Howard Street Bridge, it's impossible to ignore the graffiti on the walls and the yellow-, red-, and green-painted steel arches. Even the sections on the wall...
  • Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore Arena, Ed Reisinger, Baltimore Schools, and City Council

    ++++++++++++++++++++ ||   || ++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++ || || || || 1 Baltimore Museum of Art After a court battle, the venerable arts institution won back "On the Shore of the Seine," a Renoir painting that was stolen from the...
  • 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...
  • German Expressionist show at the BMA sheds light on our own times

    German Expressionism: A Revolutionary Spirit Through Sept. 14 at the Baltimore Museum of Art In the last 20 years, our understanding of space and time have been altered by new technologies; the political system and the economy are fractured and...
  • 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...
  • Can Station North Save the City?

    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake never seems totally comfortable around Baltimore's arts community. She is uncharacteristically stilted and tends to stumble over her words. "Here at Charles and North, the former New York Fried Chicken takeout is now the...
  • The hero-villain of the NFL

    Art Modell's story could have been a testament to the American Dream. A Jewish kid from Brooklyn who, soon after his father died, dropped out of school at 15 and started working on ships at the docks to help keep his family afloat. At 18, during the...
  • Hampden artist harvests hubcaps for 10-foot tree

    Every evening from Thanksgiving through New Year's Day, you can find Jim Pollock in his living room, surrounded by art. Pollock lives inside a rowhouse on Hampden's "Christmas Street," the block of 34th Street between Keswick Road and Chestnut Avenue,...
  • 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...
  • Recent shows raise the question of what museums do

    Art museums are in crisis. Of course, the city's museums are still suffering from the economic collapse in 2008. The Contemporary Museum suspended operations last year (though they are happily reopening without a permanent location and a super-low budget)...
  • 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...