This week I visited the BMA on Museum Drive.
The Baltimore Museum of Art has been free since 2007.
My first stop was the reception desk. I explained the purpose of my visit and they provided me with a copy of the Summer 2017 edition of “BMA Today.” The publication contains information about the latest happenings at the museum.
I was also given fliers that provided detail about the current exhibitions.
I would like to focus on the work of Adam Pendleton, which is on display in the Front Room.
Pendleton is American and was born in 1984. His work is based in words and images.
The literature provided by the museum explains that his work belongs to the art movement known as “Black Dada” and that his work has been linked to the Black Lives Matter movement.