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BMA Voices: Finding an escape with Felix Gonzalez‑Torres

Felix Gonzalez Torres. "Untitled" (Water). 1995. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchase with exchange funds from Bequest of Saidie A. May, BMA 1995.73. © The Felix Gonzalez Torres Foundation

Felix Gonzalez-Torres. “Untitled” (Water). 1995. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchase with exchange funds from Bequest of Saidie A. May, BMA 1995.73. © The Felix Gonzalez Torres Foundation

Helene Grabow, Contemporary Art Curatorial Assistant, finds an escape from the hectic pace of life in Felix Gonzalez‑Torres’ “Untitled” (Water), 1995.

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BMA Voices is an insider’s exploration of The Baltimore Museum of Art collection through the eyes of its curators, conservators, and registrars. Featuring a new object every day during the BMA’s 100 Day Celebration, the project will highlight some favorite, amusing, unusual, and obscure objects.

BMA Voices: “What makes this art, rather than compost?”

Zoe Leonard. Untitled (detail). 1999-2000. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchased as the gift of Katherine Hardiman, Baltimore, BMA 2000.154a g. © Zoe Leonard

Zoe Leonard. Untitled (detail). 1999-2000. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchased as the gift of Katherine Hardiman, Baltimore, BMA 2000.154a g. © Zoe Leonard

Helene Grabow, Contemporary Art Curatorial Assistant, delves into art history to shed light on Zoe Leonard’s Untitled, 1999-2000.

Zoe Leonard. Untitled. 1999-2000. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchased as the gift of Katherine Hardiman, Baltimore, BMA 2000.154a g. © Zoe Leonard

Zoe Leonard. Untitled. 1999-2000. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchased as the gift of Katherine Hardiman, Baltimore, BMA 2000.154a g. © Zoe Leonard

BMA Voices is an insider’s exploration of The Baltimore Museum of Art collection through the eyes of its curators, conservators, and registrars. Featuring a new object every day during the BMA’s 100 Day Celebration, the project will highlight some favorite, amusing, unusual, and obscure objects.

 

BMA Voices: An‑My Lê, “Target practice, USS Peleliu”, 2005.

An‑My Lê. Target Practice, USS Peleliu. 2005. From the series "Events Ashore". The Baltimore Museum of Art: Women's Committee Acquisitions Endowment for Contemporary Prints and Photographs, BMA 2014.5. Courtesy the Artist and Murray Guy, New York

An‑My Lê. Target Practice, USS Peleliu. 2005. From the series “Events Ashore”. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Women’s Committee Acquisitions Endowment for Contemporary Prints and Photographs, BMA 2014.5. Courtesy the Artist and Murray Guy, New York

Ann Shafer, Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings & Photographs, describes how the childhood of artist An‑My Lê has impacted her artistic concerns.

BMA Voices is an insider’s exploration of The Baltimore Museum of Art collection through the eyes of its curators, conservators, and registrars. Featuring a new object every day during the BMA’s 100 Day Celebration, the project will highlight some favorite, amusing, unusual, and obscure objects.

BMA Voices: Robert Rauschenberg’s “Witness”, 1966.

Robert Rauschenberg. Witness. 1966. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. I.W. Burnham II, for the Thomas E. Benesch Memorial Collection, BMA 1967.6. Art © Robert Rauschenberg Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

Robert Rauschenberg. Witness. 1966. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. I.W. Burnham II, for the Thomas E. Benesch Memorial Collection, BMA 1967.6. Art © Robert Rauschenberg Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

Benjamin Levy, Prints, Drawings & Photographs Curatorial Assistant, shares what captivates him about Robert Rauschenberg’s Witness, 1966.


BMA Voices is an insider’s exploration of The Baltimore Museum of Art collection through the eyes of its curators, conservators, and registrars. Featuring a new object every day during the BMA’s 100 Day Celebration, the project will highlight some favorite, amusing, unusual, and obscure objects.

BMA Voices: On Richard Diebenkorn’s “Woman Seated in a Chair”, 1963.

Richard Diebenkorn. Woman Seated in a Chair. 1963. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Thomas E. Benesch Memorial Collection, BMA 1970.21.3. © Richard Diebenkorn Foundation

Richard Diebenkorn. Woman Seated in a Chair. 1963. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Thomas E. Benesch Memorial Collection, BMA 1970.21.3. © Richard Diebenkorn Foundation

Katy Rothkopf, Senior Curator & Dept Head of European Painting & Sculpture, discusses Richard Diebenkorn’s Woman Seated in a Chair, 1963, and Diebenkorn’s artistic relationship to Henri Matisse.

BMA Voices is an insider’s exploration of The Baltimore Museum of Art collection through the eyes of its curators, conservators, and registrars. Featuring a new object every day during the BMA’s 100 Day Celebration, the project will highlight some favorite, amusing, unusual, and obscure objects.