A Fistful of Flowers by Even Moritz Creative Alliance at the Patterson September 3 8:00pm - 10:30pm $5-10
Baltimore Annex Theater's new play A Fistful of Flowers takes the western genre and bends, reshapes and queers the old format into a genre all its own. This play follows two contemporary cowboys, who are ex lovers, as they chase each other around the desert trying to kill each other. The play is populated by the traditional western characters and non-traditional absurdist characters while the future mixes with the past. TNT is detonated via an iPhone app. A man takes violent revenge for a bad Darth Vader tattoo. Desert cacti are animate characters. The landscape comes alive with invented and real imagery that is as psychedelic as it is everyday. Intermittently, gender roles are reversed to lend broader depth to the main characters' search for what it means to be a man... a real man (a woman).
ANNEX THEATER's 2010 WESTERN TOUR, FISTFUL OF FLOWERS
▪ Sept. 2nd Baltimore @ Annex Theater ▪ Sept. 3rd Baltimore @ Creative Alliance ▪ Sept 5th Philadelphia @ Little Berlin ▪ Sept. 6th NYC @ Silent Barn ▪ Sept. 7th Providence, RI @ Building 13 ▪ Sept. 8 Maine @ Roots and Tendrils ▪ Sept. 9 Montreal- @ Le Cagibi ▪ Sept. 10 Ottowa @ TBA ▪ Sept. 11 Detroit @ Trumbulplex ▪ Sept. 12 Chicago @ Roxaboxen ▪ Sept. 14 Milwaukee @ Cream City Collective ▪ Sept. 15 Minneapolis @ Savannah's ▪ Sept. 16 Bismark @ TBA ▪ Sept. 18 Missoula @ TBA ▪ Sept. 19 Spokane @ Object Space ▪ Sept. 20 Vancouver, BC @ Toast Collective ▪ Sept. 21 Seattle @ Jewelbox ▪ Sept. 22 Portland @ Working Theatre ▪ Sept. 24- San Francisco @ TBA ▪ Sept. 25- Oakland @ Rock Paper Scissors ▪ Sept 26 LA @ Echo Curio ▪ Sept 28th Las Vegas @ TBA ▪ Sept. 29 @ The Grand Canyon ▪ Santa Fe- Sept. 30 ▪ El Paso- Oct. 1 ▪ Oct. 2 Fort Worth @ 1919 Hemphill ▪ Oct 3rd Austin @ TBA ▪ Oct. 4 Houston @ Super Happy Fun Land ▪ Oct. 5 New Orleans @ TBA ▪ OCT. 6 OFF ▪ Oct. 7 Huntsville AL @ Flying Monkey ▪ Oct. 8 Nashville @ Little Hamilton Collective ▪ Oct. 9 Knoxville @ Birdhouse Laboratories ▪ Oct. 10 Asheville @ Bobo Gallery ▪ Oct. 11 Stanton @ TBA ▪ Oct. 12 Charlottesville @ The Bridge ▪ Oct. 13 Harrisonburg @ Jeremiah's house ▪ Oct. 14 Shepheardstown @ ▪ OCT. 15 OFF ▪ Oct. 16 Baltimore @ TBA
Pomp, an exhibition that investigates ceremony, tradition, and the material objects that symbolize benchmarks and celebration in Western Culture, currently on view at the 5th Dimension (5th floor of the H&H Building). Featuring work by Alex Worthington, Antoinette Suitor, Emily Slaughter, Amy Boone-McCreesh, Stefani Levin, Sarah Jablecki, Clarissa Stowell Gregory
Emily Slaughter's video rules.
Chris Mucci and John Bohl in front of Clarissa Stowell Gregory's bear
For his show of new works at the Wind Up space, Andrew Liang made 130 new painting on shaped panels of varying sizes, hanging them to fill the entire long wall of the bar / gallery. Priced affordably from $10 - $75, it was an all out race at the opening for everyone to own their favorite pieces. Some of us did not luck out:
My favorites! Red-dotted on arrival...
Check out Andrew's awesome installation (Pretty positive it is all sold out, but worth seeing in person)
Featuring: Jerome Acks, Josh Ammon, Colin Benjamin, Evan Bogess, Brendan Carroll, Sangho Choi, Matthew Fishel, Ethan Greene, Drew Griffith, Andrew Holmquist, Ben Horns, Matthew Jansen, Leo Kaplan, Jeffrey Kent, Chris LaVoie, Diego Leclery, Joshua Lefchick, Easton Miller, Patrick Rios, Anthony Romero, Camilo Sanin & musical performance by MEAH!
In an effort to both perpetuate the discussion of gender roles in the arts and to disclose the artist-as-male stereotype, curator Eli Walker was asked to bring together a show that consisted entirely of male artists. Without falling for the hackneyed tropes of ironic, sensitive-male aesthetic nor the passive aggressive, faux-naiveté dude art; the work was chosen from artists’ studios made over the last year as a true representation of their practice. This approach lends itself to investigate what it means to be a male artist today. Are men levied upon their Modernist counterparts after the wake of Post-Modernism? Has the long, evolving Feminist Movement liberated them from patriarchal form like photography did for painting? Is gender as definable as it once was now that we have a progressive understanding of sexual identity and gender association? Tough Guy proposes these questions by exhibiting a cross examination of 20 contemporary male artists and their individual interests.
The Sub Basement Gallery is a for profit exhibition space run by resident artist Jeffery Kent.
Call for appointment at (410) 659-6950 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. It is located
in the sub-basement of the The Atrium condominium building in Market Center, 118 N
Featuring: Poseidon wielding a banana flavored Bow made of juicy fruit wrappers, and his fruity pepple flock of Narwales. Waves riding on Donuts, Air-Planes, skatboards, roller skates, etc., some pegusus, Hercules and three fat cats, mice race cars, dolphins, mean girls...and more. something like that.