Thursday, February 18, 2010

This weekend (now that you can leave your parking space and hopefully find a new one...)


Baltidelphia @ The Hexagon
The Hexagon, in conjunction with My House Gallery (Philadelphia), presents: Baltidelphia, an experimental collaboration curated by Phuong Pham (the Hexagon) and Alex Gartelmann (My House). The Baltidelphia exhibition features 22 Baltimore artists paired with 22 Philadelphia artists who were asked to collaborate/correspond through whatever means they chose—facebook, text message, twitter, carrier pigeon, postal mail, sky-writing, etc. Rather than get lost in the flood of tweeting that flickrs to your tumbl that feeds to your blog (LOL smileyface), Baltidelphia embraces communication, distance, and geography as points of departure to create a project. Baltidelphia will be exhibited in both Baltimore and Philadelphia, with selections of the projects being displayed in each spaces.

Philadelphia artists will travel to Baltimore, Saturday, February 6th for the closing. Participating artists (Bmore & Philly): Kathy Beachler & Martha Savery, Emily Claire Dierkes & Jim Grilli, Miguel Sabogal & Bryan Patrick Rice, Jon Bevers & Damian Weinkrantz, Kathleen Mazurek & Daniel Potterton, Sarah Magida & Kristen Neville, Mike Riley & Tim Pannell, Jared Fischer & Tyler Kline, Freda Mohr & Andrew Brehm, Heather Von Marko & Hannah Heffner, Julie Pahr & Fernando Ramos, Andrew Geddes & Daniel Petraitis, Na Kim & Mike Ryan, Jennifer Mullins & Leah Mackin, Ric Royer & Beth Heinly, Robert Brulinski & Piper Brett, Magnolia Laurie & Nike Desis, Megan Lavelle & Jen Gin, Sean Scheidt & Masha Badinter, Monique Crab & Hope Rovelto, Phuong Pham & Alex Gartelman

Closing Reception: Friday, February 19, 2010 6-8pm

The Hexagon

1825 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Grundelhammer @ 2640 Space

In October, Grundlehammer opened at the 2640 Space with three sold out shows and over 1,000 people in attendance. The production returns, this time with a sprawling 2-disc studio recorded album featuring all the original songs of Gründlehämmer! The album will be available for the first time ever at the Gründlehämmer remount, February 19th-21st, 2010 at the 2640 space.

Tickets Available Now!


Agglutinate @ The Creative Alliance

With inky black shadows, and a limitless range of gray washes, Amanda Burnham’s crumbling urban and exurban landscapes are almost entirely void of people, like cartoon snapshots taken a month or so after the rapture. Here Burnham combines drawing with installation to ghostly effect, with dangling street signs or tangled chain fence etched onto the wall and enfolding the viewer.

Closing Reception: Saturday, February 20, 2010 8:30pm

Amelie Rothschilde Gallery
The Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave.
Baltimore, MD


Magic Eye is proud to present a night of short films and videos created by Baltimore artists. This group features work by Kari Altmann, Kristen Anchor, Mark Brown, Lauren Friedman, Jenny Graf, Clarissa Gregory, Justin Kelly, Andrew Mausert-Mooney, Catherine Pancake, Jimmy Joe Roche, Paul Sharitis, Stan Vanderbeek, Fred Worden and Karen Yasinsky.

The films, dating from the early 60s to contemporary work, range from experimental narrative to animation, music videos and performance documentation. In celebration and remembrance, Magic Eye will screen Paul Sharits’ T,O,U,C,H,I,N.G (1968) featuring the Baltimore poet David Franks.
Screening: Monday, February 22, 2010 9:30-11pm $5

The Charles Theater
1711 N. Charles st.
Baltimore, MD 21217

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