Selected Works by Gemini Artists installation view Ellsworth Kelly Sunflower I Ann Hamilton
IN THE EAST GALLERY
February 4, 2023June 3, 2023
Baltimore Fine Art Print Fair 2023
March 30, 2023April 2, 2023

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Baltimore, MD 21230

2023 Fair Hours

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Thursday, March 30 - 6:00pm-9:00pm

General Admission
Friday, March 31 - 12:00pm-7:00pm
Saturday, April 1 - 11:00am-6:00pm
Sunday, April 2 - 11:00am-6:00pm

Curated by Susan Dackerman
October 6, 2022January 28, 2023

Artists both document and produce history. They simultaneously exist in its stream while forging their own artistic pathways. Printed images have always been a source of historical knowledge for artists, and printmaking in turn, is a means of making their own histories visible to us now.

November 29, 2022December 3, 2022
October 27, 2022October 30, 2022
Ann Hamilton "Selected Works" installation view
IN THE PROJECT SPACE
Selected Works
April 2, 2022September 17, 2022
New & Recent Projects 2022, installation view
IN THE EAST GALLERY
May 26, 2022September 17, 2022
Not Another Summer Group Show 2022 installation view
IN THE WEST GALLERY
May 26, 2022September 17, 2022
Tacita Dean, LA Magic Hour installation view
February 4, 2022May 21, 2022

LA Magic Hour compliments Tacita Dean’s previous lithographic project with Gemini G.E.L., LA Exuberance (2016) (also on view), which depicted white clouds contrasted with the bright cerulean blues of a typical Los Angeles sky. This time, the artist has focused on the sunsets of Los Angeles, for which the city is famous. Dean began by working from the many spray chalk drawings she created for LA Exuberance, narrowing the selection down to fifteen. The images were then inverted and rotated to find the desired compositions.

Tacita Dean, LA Exuberance installation view
IN THE WEST GALLERY
February 4, 2022May 21, 2022
Ann Hamilton, Five New Lithographs, 2022
IN THE PROJECT SPACE
Five New Lithographs
February 4, 2022May 14, 2022

Ann Hamilton is well known for her large-scale installations and collaborations with diverse groups of visual artists, poets, and performers. The five new lithographs on view now are a continuation of a previously published series of eight screen prints related to the artist’s 2015 exhibition the common SENSE, commissioned by the Henry Art Gallery. As a Visiting Fellow at the University of Washington, Hamilton was given unfettered access to the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, where she was seduced by the extensive collection of mammal, bird, and amphibian specimens.

Baltimore Fine Art Print Fair
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April 28, 2022May 1, 2022

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