Museum Monday: “Seeing Now: Photography Since 1960”

April 4th, 2011 by WLOY Staff

Ever take pictures of your friends being silly and post them on ‘The Facebook?’ Well, that is not the kind of photography you would see upon visiting the Baltimore Museum of Art’s current exhibit entitled “Seeing Now: Photography Since 1960.” The instillations high-caliber, intriguing pictures take visitors through the past fifty years. It is a proactive look at history through artists’ eyes.

Captured topics include architecture, social change, politics, and family life. Over 60 photographers’ works are featured in the exhibit, which is comprised of over 200 photos. Additionally, film and video are displayed throughout the instillation.

The museum is free as always, and this featured exhibit is as well. In walking distance to Loyola the museum and this particular exhibit are definitely worth your time. It’s spring, so pick a sunny day and stroll on over to the BMA. You can even cut through the Blue Jay’s campus; it’s really quite nice.

The museum is located at:
10 Art Museum Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218

You can call with any questions at 443-573-1700.

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