Friday: Here and There

Sept. 29

It's always cool to see art spaces promote a healthy exchange of ideas—it can be a rupture of what we're used to seeing, the way that some galleries stay super strict to whatever kind of concept/ethos they've branded themselves with and made themselves beholden to. Ugh, screw brands. For these two shows, artists from Make Studio are taking over MAXgallery in Butchers Hill, and Maxine Taylor and artists she works with at her space are taking over Make Studio's gallery in Hampden. The artists at Make Studio create work that is at turns witty, thought-provoking, and impossibly fun—like Tony Labate, one of my personal favorite Make Studio artists, with his blocky, elongated drawings of, say, Adam West's Batman or actors from "Law & Order" who've died within the last 12 years. We're looking forward to this gallery swap. Opening reception at Make Studio on Sept. 29 5-8 p.m. Through Oct. 27 at Make Studio, 3326 Keswick Road, (443) 627-3502,, and at Max Gallery, 126 N. Madeira St., (410) 804-7459,, free. (Rebekah Kirkman)

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