Explore the Baltimore Museum of Art
Since 1914, the Baltimore Museum of Art has been a major cultural destination that engages audiences through dynamic exhibitions.
Located three miles north of the Inner Harbor, the museum is nestled in a grand building designed by renowned architect John Russell Pope.
The collection features one of the finest holdings of drawings, photographs, and prints in the United States, and current exhibits include:
CROSSING BORDERS: MEXICAN MODERNIST PRINTS
Through thirty prints and drawings, this exhibit time travels back to the 1930s and 1940s to examine the cultural and intellectual exchanges between Mexico and the United States. Artists include Elizabeth Catlett, Diego Rivera, and David Alfaro Siqueiros.
FRONT ROOM: NJIDEKA AKUNYILI CROSBY
Njideka Akunyili Crosby's newest works detail her experience of moving to the United States from Nigeria and building ties in her new home. Her pieces are colorful, and she's known for creating densely layered figurative compositions.
TOMAS SARACENO: ENTANGLED ORBITS
Tomas Saraceno is an internationally renowned artist who creates sculptures using inflatable orbs, spider webs, and iridescent panels. This unique exhibit gained recognition from Baltimore Magazine, and the centerpiece is Entangled Orbits. The museum states that these spherical modules evoke the artist's visionary plans for "cloud cities," and they're held in place by strings resembling spider webs.
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