Past Exhibitions

August 22--October 14 Most prisons and jails across the United States do not allow prisoners to have access to cameras.
Beginning in the sixteenth century many nations embarked on a mission to find the Northwest Passage, a sea route connecting
Distant Early Warning, a multi-year project (2015-2018) by Canadian/American photojournalist Louie Palu, provides a look at the evolving militarization in
Peggy Fox’s career as a photographer spans assignment-based work and her own fine art practice. For clients, she produced picture
August 31–December 17, 2021 For the past twenty years American artist Shannon Taggart (born 1975) has documented Spiritualist practices and
Black & white photo someone behind tree branches
Photographs by Brea Souders Selected poems by Lia Purpura Souders began making the photographs that comprise End of the Road
As described by the artist, West Baltimore Ruins is “a visual story told by West Baltimore’s daughter.” McCoy created the
In response to stay-at-home orders issued by the State of Maryland on March 30, 2020, Baltimore-based photographer Zachary Z. Handler
January 27–March 13, 2020 Since 2011, Antonio McAfee has been making work influenced by historical portraiture of African Americans in