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J.M. Giordano "We Used to Live at Night" Virtual Exhibition and Sale

8/11/2022

We Used to Live @ Night

Virtual Exhibition and Sale 

Supporting the Baltimore Abortion Fund

in partnership with Joseph M. Giordano

 

Virtual Exhibitions and Sale Opens: Sunday, August 14  @ 10 am

Virtual Exhibition and Sale Closes: Sunday, December 14  @ 5 pm

Virtual Exhibition and Sale click HERE

Maryland Art Place (MAP) is honored to support the Baltimore Abortion Fund, a vital resource for women in Maryland. In collaboration with critically acclaimed photojournalist, Joseph M. Giordano, MAP is selling select digital photographs from his recent exhibition " We Used to Live at Night". (held at MAP in May 2022). Proceeds will be split between the Baltimore Abortion Fund and Maryland Art Place equally, both 501 c)3 not for profits.

"We Used to Live at Night" covers 25 years of Baltimore After Dark and includes shots of underground scenes, drag scenes, crime scenes, club scenes, music clubs, portraiture, and more. Images for sale on this site are selections from Giordano's book "We Used to Live at Night" published by Culture Crush Editions, NYC in 2021. Shots were taken from 1994 and continued until Covid-19 ended the old way of living at night for good.

Maryland Art Place is the producer of both the exhibition version of 'We Used to Live at Night" and of this fundraising site, mutually benefiting both MAP and the Baltimore Abortion Fund, both 501 c) 3 charitable organizations. The virtual Exhibition and Sale can be viewed HERE beginning Sunday, August 14 at 10am and concluding on Sunday, December 14 at 5pm

The Baltimore Abortion Fund (BAF) was founded in 2014 and provides financial assistance and practical support to individuals who live in or travel to Maryland for abortion care. BAF supports clients residing in all 23 counties of Maryland and Baltimore City. BAF believes abortions are essential healthcare and a human right

Joseph M. Giordano is a Baltimore-based photojournalist who has been featured in ProPublica, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Washington Post, The Baltimore City Paper, i-D Magazine, and Rolling Stone to name a few. Giordano is the co-host of the podcasts 10 Frames Per Second and Photo Flip

Maryland Art Place (MAP) inspires, supports, and encourages artistic expression through innovative programming and exhibitions while recognizing the powerful impact art can have on our community. MAP works with living artists and operates out of its 20,000-square-foot building located in the Bromo Arts District. MAP's building is dedicated to supporting artists of all kinds from music to film to the visual arts. 

Contact MAP's exhibition manager Caitlin@mdartplace.org with any questions!

 

QRCKY // Hotel Indigo

QRCKY

On View:  September 9 - January 6, 2023

Reception: November 10, 2022 | 5 to 7 pm

Hotel Indigo | 24 West Franklin Street | Free & Open to the Public

Maryland Art Place in partnership with Hotel Indigo Baltimore is pleased to present new original artwork by Baltimore based artist, QRCKY.  The exhibition is on view at Hotel Indigo Baltimore, located at 24 West Franklin St. from September 9 - January 6.  A public reception will take place Thursday, November 10 from 5 to 7 pm.

About the Artist:

“Art is not a luxury; it is a necessity. It documents history -- it helps educate people and store knowledge for generations to come. Generations of people that don’t see themselves in art lose their history. My art allows me to develop an identity and say:  “This is my story. This is what I know.”

Art unity communities allow us to dialogue about history and its legacy. These are some of the most important works I have made. They speak to who I am, my heritage, and my culture.

My work explores the relationship between Black diaspora sensibilities and urban spaces. With influences as diverse as Kara Walker and Jean-Michel Basquiat, new synergies are crafted from constructed and discovered layers. Currently living in Baltimore, I am interested in the sensation of moving, the deconstruction and reassembly of surfaces, and of forgetting and remembering what has come before.” 

- QRCKY

We hope to see you Thursday, November 10 from 5 - 7pm for the opening reception.

Validated parking is available at 15 West Franklin St. Garage.

 

IMPACT: Baltimore Showcase at Zeke's

IMPACT: BALTIMORE SHOWCASE @ ZEKE’S

Exhibition: Thursday, September 29 - Tuesday January 11, 2023

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 29 | 6 - 9pm

Location: 4719 Harford Road, Baltimore, MD 21214

Coffee Anyone!? Maryland Art Place is proud to bring its IMPACT Public Art Project to Zekes . We're kicking off this first show at Zeke's Coffee Shop by highlighting artists that live or work within Baltimore City limits. “Baltimore Showcase” features artwork by local artists living or working in our very own Charm City. This inaugural exhibition will open on Thursday, September 29 from 6 to 9pm at Zeke’s Coffee. Guests can expect to see everything from photography to sculpture and painting.

About Zeke’s: In 2005 Thomas Rhodes sold his first pound of coffee at the Baltimore Farmers Market. One year later he opened a retail space on Harford Road in Lauraville, and further expanded his operations to a fully functioning café just down the street at 4719 Harford Road in 2017. www.zekescoffee.com

We hope to see you at Zeke’s Coffee on Thursday, September 29 from 6 to 9pm. All guests will receive one complimentary beverage and be served light refreshments. As always, Zeke’s full menu, coffee and alcohol will be for sale.

Contact:  Caitlin@mdartplace.org with questions!

Our Mission

Maryland Art Place (MAP) inspires, supports, and encourages artistic expression through innovative programming, exhibitions, and educational opportunities while recognizing the powerful impact art can have on our community. MAP creates a dynamic environment for artists of our time to engage the public by nurturing and promoting new ideas. MAP has served as a critical resource for contemporary art in the Mid-Atlantic since 1981.

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Phone: 410.204.1959
E-mail: map@mdartplace.org