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  • Gallery Artist Talk With Hasan Elahi

    May 23, 2016: Please join us for an artist talk and brief Q&A with Guggenheim Fellow Hasan Elahi on the occasion of his current exhibition, Datamine. The artist will discuss this recent body of work and its interrogations of privacy, technology and the performance of citizenship. Datamine is on view at C. Grimaldis Gallery through June 25. This event is free and open to the public. Click here to RSVP, or call (410) 539 1080.

  • Hasan Elahi Awarded 2016 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship

    April 14, 2016: Please join us in congratulating Hasan Elahi for his recent award of the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship for his work investigating contemporary issues of surveillance, citizenship, privacy, and technology. Guggenheim Fellowships are awarded annually to selected mid-career artists, historians, and scientists who have shown exceptional ability and promise. Click here to learn more.

  • Grace Hartigan exhibited at Denver Art Museum

    January 13, 2016: The Denver Art Museum will mount a major exhibition called Women of Abstract Expressionism this June that includes the work of Grace Hartigan, Elaine de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Joan Mitchell, and Lee Krasner. The exhibition will be on view June 12 to September 26, 2016. Click here to learn more.

  • "Line of Site", featuring Chul Hyun Ahn and Cheryl Goldsleger, reviewed in the Baltimore Sun

    April 16, 2015: "Line of Site", a two-person exhibition featuring Chul Hyun Ahn and Cheryl Goldsleger, has been reviewed by Tim Smith in the Baltimore Sun. Click here to read the full article.

  • Jon Isherwood reflects on Sir Anthony Caro

    March 14, 2015: Sculptor Jon Isherwood reflects on Sir Anthony Caro (1924-2013) in this heartfelt essay. Originally published in Bennington Magazine, it was later included in the recently published book CARO (Phaeton, 2014)."The first Anthony Caro sculpture I ever encountered was called Red Splash (1966), and I was furious" writes Isherwood, who later went on to become Caro's apprentice. Click here to read the essay "Isherwood on Caro".

  • 'Elaine de Kooning: Portraits' at the National Portrait Gallery reviewed by the Washington Post

    March 13, 2015: A retrospective of portraiture by Elaine de Kooning opens at the National Portrait Gallery today. The exhibition, which focuses on her paintings and drawings of family, friends, and artists has been reviewed by Anne Midgette in the Washington Post. Click here to read the article "De Kooning exhibit highlights tension between portraiture, abstraction".

  • Joan Waltemath reviewed in the New York Times

    March 5, 2015: Joan Waltemath, whose solo exhibition "In the Absence of Grief" is currently on view at C. Grimaldis Gallery, has been reviewed in the New York Times for her concurrent exhibition at Hionas Gallery (New York). The review discusses paintings from her "Torso/Roots" series, which is the feature of both exhibitions. Read the article "Joan Waltemath: One does not negate the other" at the New York Times.

  • Joan Waltemath solo exhibition reviewed on Artsy

    February 28, 2015: Artsy, the online platform for contemporary art, has written an article about Joan Waltemath and her current solo exhibition at C. Grimaldis Gallery, "In the Absence of Grief". Click here to read the article "Proportionality and the Essential Experience of Art in the Work of Joan Waltemath" on Artsy.

  • Raoul Middleman featured in the Baltimore Sun

    January 31, 2015: The Baltimore Sun has featured Raoul Middleman on the occasion of his solo exhibition "Selfies: Over 50 Years of Raoul Middleman's Self Portraits" at the Maryland Institute College of Art. The in-depth article by the Sun's Mary McCauley, takes a look at Middleman's decades-long artistic practice and his distinctively loose, visceral style of painting. Read the entire article at the Baltimore Sun.

  • WYPR 88.1 FM interviews Raoul Middleman

    January 30, 2015: Tom Hall (WYPR 88.1 FM) interviews Raoul Middleman on the occasion of his retrospective of self-portraits at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). The exhibition, "Selfies: Over 50 Years of Raoul Middleman's Self Portraits", is on view at MICA (Fox Building/Meyerhoff Gallery) through March 15. A reception will be held Friday, February 6 from 5 to 7 p.m. Listen to the interview on WYPR 88.1 FM here.