Morgan Dowty is a printmaker and art historian based in Baltimore. She is Curatorial Assistant for the Department of Prints, Drawings & Photographs at the Baltimore Museum of Art, and received her BFA in 2015 from Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis.
Mark Thomas Gibson’s recent artist’s book Early Retirement begins with a letter to the reader explaining its impetus: the concurrence of a positive personal experience at Yale’s Norfolk Summer School (Gibson teaches at Yale) and a season of public turmoil Read More
The San Antonio–based artist Daniel Rios Rodriguez is best known for shrine-like paintings built with oil impasto and collaged objects—rocks, scissors, rope and sundry items—and employing a personal vocabulary of snakes, eyeballs, pancakes and flowers. Read More
Tom Lewis, Draft records are for burning from The Trial and Prison (1969), color etching, image 29.6 x 44.6 cm, sheet 39.2 x 55.8 cm. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Faye A. Houston and Michael A. Lowry, in Honor of William B. Lowry, Jr., BMA 2014.10.2. Photo: Mitro Hood.
Why should an artist get so involved in protest that he lands in jail? In such a case, is protest an integral part of his art, or is it an expression of personal life, which has no relation to his art? I prefer to think the first Read More
In the series One Continuous Line, Analia Saban takes as her subjects a selection of semi-luxury objects: a pocket watch, a blender, a tube television, an electric toothbrush and a massage recliner Read More