Gallery

About the Gallery

 

The Motor House Gallery is located on the first floor of the building in the lobby. The gallery space is thoughtfully curated by Leslie King Hammond. Shows rotate every other month. 

 

Current Exhibition:

“Censored” by Various Artists

On Display: November 16- December 31

Opening Reception: November 16, 5-7 PM

Artist Talk: November 30, 6 PM

Censored

CENSORED is an exhibition that gives the public an opportunity to view painting, sculpture, prints and photography that have created a heightened sense of tension and challenge to the moral conscience of those individuals and groups who are at odds with the political, social, racial, historical, gender imagery commissioned or inspired by artists in the City of Baltimore. The intensity of the conversations and dialogues often become a contest that forces the art to be removed from the public arena. The Motor House will encourage and engage the artists and the community to have open exchanges to explore the nature, intent, and future of artistic expression that is loaded with tension and conflict. The works of Paul Rucker, Stephen Towns, Lynn Harper, the Confederate and Christoper Columbus monuments will be included in this exhibition.

Upcoming Gallery Events

  • Censored

    MH Gallery Show: Censored

    November 16
    CENSORED is an exhibition that gives the public an opportunity to view painting, sculpture, prints and photography that have created a heightened sense of tension and challenge to the moral conscience of those individuals and groups who are at odds with the political, social, racial, historical, gender imagery commissioned or inspired by artists in the City of Baltimore. The intensity of the conversations and dialogues often become a contest that forces the art to be removed from the public arena. The Motor House will encourage and engage the artists and the community to have open exchanges to explore the nature, intent, and future of artistic expression that is loaded with tension and conflict. The works of Paul Rucker, Stephen Towns, Lynn Harper, the Confederate and  Christoper Columbus monuments will be included in this exhibition. The Motor House Gallery is open to the public.
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