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Mark Rothko

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  • 2013 Top Ten Stage

    Bruce Nelson in RED CLINTONBPHOTOGRAPHY\ 1. RED (Everyman Theatre) Bruce Nelson and Eric Berryman are revelatory as Mark Rothko and his assistant, respectively, in John Logan's play, which deals more seriously with visual art than most visual artists....
  • Best Play

    Everyman Theatre, 315 W. Fayette St., (410) 752-2208, everymantheatre.org The most memorable theatrical production of Baltimore’s 2013-2014 season was Everyman Theatre’s mounting of John Logan’s “Red,” the story of...
  • Bruce Nelson becomes Mark Rothko in Everyman Theatre's new production

      "And trust me, as you get older, those colors are harder to sustain," says Bruce Nelson as Mark Rothko in early rehearsals for Red, the play about the famous abstract expressionist which opened at Everyman Theatre this week. "The palette fades and we...
  • Caleb Stine's new album stares into the void, offers solutions

    Singer-songwriter Caleb Stine's ambitious sixth album, Maybe God Is Lonely Too, houses Americana-tinged songs about death, falling in love, the prison-industrial complex, institutionalized racism, wanting a dog, and the empowering voice of God. There...
  • Two revamped hotels offer different models of engagement with the arts community

    Jason Curtis rides a Segway through Mount Vernon with Baltimore City police officers on a Friday night. Curtis is usually chipper, a master of vibrancy. He is the head of the Mount Vernon-Belvedere Association and challenged Carl Stokes for the 12th...
  • Collaborative show shines light on the blurred lines of modern life

    Gran Prix Through Dec. 16   Often, the text that accompanies a show seems to have little or nothing to do with the art on display. Either the artist is unable to explain his or her own work well, or multiple works are shoehorned into some conceptual...
  • Old meets new in ambitious Contemporary Wing

    The evocative melody of a recently acquired sound piece, "The Shallow Sea" by Turner Prize winner Susan Philipsz, sets a lilting tone that lingers in the artfully arranged galleries of the Baltimore Museum of Art's Contemporary Wing, reopened after a...
  • A quiet, meditative exhibition forgoes the acute angles in favor of rectangular forms and a comfortable symmetry

    Threshold More at weekly.citypaper.com Within our small arts community, we are excited when we get to cheer on hard-working, talented individuals who make Baltimore a diverse and vibrant city. Annual art awards and an exciting DIY art scene provide...
  • Debra Rubino and Jenee Mateer search for the unnameable in the barely there

    Jenee Mateer: Break Boundary Debra Rubino: Accidental Exuberance Through March 12 at Jordan Faye Contemporary Jenee Mateer likes to make the tools of representation distort and obscure the natural world. At least, that’s what this Towson...
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