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  • Happening Saturday: 'Bubble Over Green' at The Contemporary, celebrate Billie Holiday, and more

    Happening Saturday: 'Bubble Over Green' at The Contemporary, celebrate Billie Holiday, and more
    -Victoria Fu: “Bubble Over Green”: The Contemporary has been up to some exciting work since it reopened as a nomadic museum in 2013, from the illustrious guests it brought in for the CoHosts Speaker Series to the new Grit Fund grant. But since its relauch until now, the museum hasn’t done much of what museums are known to do: exhibit art. At long last, the museum is taking shape within the former KAGRO building, one of the last remaining brutalist structures in Baltimore, where renowned artist Victoria Fu will transform the space into a multisensory immersion of projected video and neon installations influenced by digital images and touch-screen movement. Through April 3, 101 W. North Ave., (410) 756-0397, contemporary.org, free. (Maura Callahan)
  • Waiting For Tchaikovsky: Anri Sala's '1395 Days Without Red'

    Waiting For Tchaikovsky: Anri Sala's '1395 Days Without Red'
    Though we invaded Iraq for the first time when I was a senior in high school, it was really the conflicts, ethnic cleansing, and war crimes in the early ’90s after the breakdown of Yugoslavia at the end of the Cold War that woke me up to the...

    Bone To Run: Porn star and MICA grad Colby Keller hits the road, searching for sex and art in every state

    Bone To Run: Porn star and MICA grad Colby Keller hits the road, searching for sex and art in every state
    Marxist porn star Colby Keller towers over the well-dressed, slightly stooped forms of the pilgrims to the Phillips Collection of Modern Art in Washington, DC., where he stopped en route from Baltimore to Florida, where he would celebrate his grandmother&...

    Dario Robleto's 'Setlists For a Setting Sun' is like a religious shrine for scientists

    Dario Robleto's 'Setlists For a Setting Sun' is like a religious shrine for scientists
    There’s a good chance we’re not alone in the universe. We, the citizens of Earth, have yet to knowingly communicate with extraterrestrial lifeforms, unless our cats or David Bowie are keeping something from us, as we suspect they might be. But...

    'From Rye to Raphael' at the Walters highlights the collectors' thematic shifts in taste

    'From Rye to Raphael' at the Walters highlights the collectors' thematic shifts in taste
    “I think the museum needs more Gucci stuff, like dope paintings,” reads one of the many comment cards strung along the walls of the final gallery in the Walters Art Museum’s special exhibition “From Rye to Raphael: The Walters...