Baltimore Rising, a group exhibit at MICA, features Ruby Grantees Tony Shore, Paul Rucker, Nate Larson, and Olivia Robinson as well as Motor House Artist in Residence and MacArthur Fellow Joyce J. Scott.
Baltimore Rising is an exhibition bringing together a broad survey of works by 15 artists — with significant ties to Baltimore — who address the social, economic, political and racial issues that propelled the city to the national spotlight in 2015.
Artists: Derrick Adams, Lauren Adams, Devin Allen, Sonya Clark, J.M. Giordano, Logan Hicks, Jeffrey Kent, Nate Larson, Nether, Olivia Robinson, Paul Rucker, Joyce J. Scott, Tony Shore, Shinique Smith and Susan Waters-Eller.
On view Nov. 2-23, 2016
Fred Lazarus IV Center for Graduate Studies
131 W North Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201
Jane Brown and artist Tony Shore with his paintings in Baltimore Rising
Hands Up, Don’t Shoot, Painting by Tony Shore
Prints by Joyce J. Scott
Head Shot, Sculpture by Joyce J. Scott
Near and Far Enemies: Shade by Olivia Robinson
Paul Rucker’s “20 minutes of action in 20 years of life” – video projection