Yes, even you.
Cyle Metzger:Toward What Isn't There
Lisa Dillin: Stopgap
Joshua Wade Smith: Cataracts
Jake Borndal: Pot Holder
Colin Benjamin: Feeding On Abstraction While Fending Off Distance and Lots of Pants
Dustin Carlson: Cowboys & Engines
July 9th - September 10th 2011
Gallery Four presents 'Cowboys and Engines', a solo-exhibition of work from long-standing resident and founder, Dustin Carlson. With this new body of work Carlson questions our notions of 'The American Dream' where individual freedoms are purchased as accessories and worn in our cup-holders...Read More
Andy Holtin: Hypotheses
Recent Works and Collaborations
March 19th - April 30th 2011
Gallery Four presents its first solo exhibition featuring the work of multi-disciplinary artist Andy Holtin. Through sculpture, installation, video, and performance Hypotheses, Recent Works and Collaborations...Read More
You & Me Living Today / Vol. 2 / The Land
July 10th - August 28th
Gallery Four brings San Francisco based artist John Chiara to Baltimore for a residency to create new works for an exhibition with Baltimore artists Christine Bailey, James Rieck, and Jacqueline Schlossman...
You & Me Living Today / Vol. 1 / Anatomically Modern Explorers
May 14th - June 19th
Gallery Four presents part one of a two part series. Volume One features new sculpture, installation, photography, and video works by four artists from Idaho, New York, and Baltimore. You & Me Living Today (anatomically modern explorers) examines our ever-baffling material culture as an adaption to ironic biological confines. Evolutionary pitfalls abound, we continue to explore the boundaries between our bodies, our rituals, our desires, and our visceral responses to a haphazardly nurtured environment.
The 7th Annual Transmodern Festival
Four Days of Avant Performance, Installation, Sound, Film, Mayhem, Ecstasy, and Radical Culture! The Transmodern Festival – voted “Baltimore’s Best Art Event” – City Paper – returns for its seventh year in April, 2010 riding the vibrant downtown scene the festival was instrumental in creating.
February 12th - March 27th, 2010