In a Photography Show in Baltimore, Artists Merge Interiors and the Great Outdoors
The camera has long been regarded as a tool that can be used to reveal people, places, and situations that are easily overlooked or out of our normal range of experience. And so it does at Baltimore’s well-established C. Grimaldis Gallery, which presents photographs and photographic projects by 10 American and European artists in “Within/Without.” As the show’s title suggests, their works serve as portals to hard-to-access interior spaces, as well as windows onto places in plain sight, which might nevertheless escape our notice.
Included among this compelling assortment of mid- to large-scale photographic works are
In a cheerier vein,
More interior views, in this case in black-and-white, abound in
“Within/Without” is on view at C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Oct. 21, 2015–Jan. 16, 2016.