John Waters: Indecent Exposure
The first major retrospective of John Waters’ visual art in his hometown of Baltimore examines the artist’s influential career through more than 160 photographs, sculpture, soundworks, and video he has made since the early 1990s. These works deploy Waters’ renegade humor to reveal the ways that mass media and celebrity embody cultural attitudes, moral codes, and shared tragedy. Exhibition highlights include a photographic installation in which Waters explores the auras and absurdities of famous films and a suite of photographs and sculpture that propose humor as a way to humanize dark moments in history from the Kennedy assassination to 9/11.
Date & Time
Weekly on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
Oct 07, 2018 through Jan 06, 2019
10:00AM - 5:00PM