Baltimore Rising at Maryland Institute College of Art with Logan Hicks, Tony Shore, Nether 410 and more

November 21, 2016

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On exhibit through Wednesday at MICA — the Maryland Institute College of Art — is Baltimore Rising, a powerful and poignant exhibition featuring the works of 15 artists who address the issues that led to the uprising following the death of Freddy Gray.  Featured above is a close-up from Logan Hicks’s Freddy Gray’s Day. What follows are a few more images from this timely exhibit:

Logan Hicks, Hot Spot, aerosol on linen

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Tony Shore, Hands Up, Don’t Shoot, acrylic on velvet

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Tony Shore, Confrontation, acrylic on velvet

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Also by Tony Shore, The Vigil, acrylic on velvet

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Nether 410, Satyagraha, outdoor mural for Baltimore Rising

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Photo credits: 1-5 Lois Stavsky; 6 Tara Murray


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