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  • New show featuring Erika Ceruzzi and Alex Ito explores Springsteen's otherworldly space

    New show featuring Erika Ceruzzi and Alex Ito explores Springsteen's otherworldly space
    Galleries hardly need to exist as physical locations anymore, now that everything is online, and documentation of an exhibit often looks better than the actual show. At least that’s what some people say. But at the point where Erika Ceruzzi’s aluminum armature touches down into (or blooms out of) one of Alex Ito’s floor sculptures, and the structure winds and looms above you as you navigate the gallery, blending in with the white pipes in the ceiling, the lighting fixtures, and the Copycat’s industrial-ghost feeling, these arguments feel false and empty. The effect of this large metal system is more elegant than oppressive, and its engagement with you and your physical space is way better than looking at a small photo on the internet. 
  • Fieldtripping: Staring at the Sun

    The only thing I love more than a good coupon is a membership card. I remember gazing longingly at the ads in my Archie Double Digest as a kid, the ones that promised a four-color button along with a shiny new membership card. I mean, who doesn’t...

    Ballot Questions

    Ballot Questions
    Along with the usual (and unusual) candidates, voters will be asked to decide how much money to lend several venerable institutions, with taxpayers as the co-signers. And there are several questions of policy wrapped up as charter amendments. First, the...

    Tourist Attractions

    Tourist Attractions
    Beware getting too attached to Baltimore, as doing so may ruin your love of anyplace else. It happened famously to the late poet Ogden Nash, who, in explaining why he and his wife cut short their Manhattan residency to return to her hometown, wrote,...

    Baltimore for Kids

    Baltimore for Kids
    As a kid, I thought Baltimore sucked. I grew up in the Northwest suburbs and only ventured into “the city” for O’s and Colts games at Memorial Stadium—where I thought I was slick using the binoculars to ogle cheerleaders until...