Fall Art Highlights
Current Space, Zim Zum, Nudashank, David Kaufmann, and more
Published: August 29, 2012
Sept. 15 Creative Alliance hosts Zim Zum where Gaia, Michael Owen, and MOMO mix Kabbalah and street art.
Sept. 21-Oct. 24 Case[werks] gallery’s House Show examines the rowhouse as storyteller.
Sept. 22 Nudashank (co-owned by CP contributor Alex Ebstein) hosts Black Foliage II, where over 60 artists work only in black, white, and gray.
Oct. 6 David Kaufmann gives a talk at the Maryland Art Place on Philip Guston, one of the most important abstract expressionists, who later abandonded the style for important figurative paintings.
Oct. 6 The American Visionary Art Museum unveils its newest annual exhibition, The Art of Storytelling: Lies, Enchantment, Humor, and Truth.
Oct. 14-Jan. 21 The Walters Museum brings Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe to Baltimore.
Mike Benevento and Andrew Liang of Current Space caught up with us on their lunch break. This summer Current has been hosting a multitude of events in their back lot and it sounds like they intend to keep them coming. (Jasmine Sarp)
City Paper: What do you like about fall?
Current Space: It’s like extended summer, but less hot. Halloween, camping, soup.
CP: What are you excited for?
CS: We’re gonna do more screenings at Current, Max Guy, and Patrick Caulfield are going to show a Kurosawa film. There’s Maryland Film Festival, and we got a basketball hoop at Current.)