Gallery Four is not so much a gallery as a space devoted to conceptual art. Rather than trying to sell the work, the primary goal of the artists who run the gallery is to create intellectual, possibly thought-provoking shows. The work ranges from installation and sculpture to all other media, and the gallery tries to give fledgling Baltimore artists, who are taking the first steps toward becoming professional artists, a chance to exhibit their work. However, the gallery is not a slap-dash collection of amateur artwork. The artists who live in the loft and design the exhibitions are professional art installers, and they say they try to treat the artwork with respect by creating a professionally lighted and maintained art space. The gallery puts on about 4 shows a year, usually group shows (5-7 artists, since the 6,000 sq. ft. space is large for a solo show) often selected around a certain conceptual theme.
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Gallery Four brings San Francisco based artist John Chiara to Baltimore for a residency to create new works for an exhibition with Baltimore artists Christine Bailey, James Rieck, and Jacqueline Schlossman.
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