Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) Announce Solo Exhibitions by Artists Sharon Lockhart, schabalala Self and Lisa Yuskavage

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) announced details for three solo exhibitions opening in its Contemporary Wing on March 28, 2021. Sharon Lockhart: Perilous Life; Tschabalala Self: By My Self; and Lisa Yuskavage: Wilderness present key works by each artist that explore central and recurrent themes in their art. The exhibitions are part of the BMA’s 2020 Vision, an initiative to provide greater recognition for female-identifying artists and leaders that has been extended into 2021 following pandemic-related closures last year. The presentations are slated to remain on view through September 19, 2021. Katharina Grosse’s immersive site-related environment, Is It You? (2020), which opened March 1, 2020, will remain on view in the central gallery of the Contemporary Wing through that date as well.

The museum also announced today a change in the tour schedule for the much-anticipated Joan Mitchell retrospective. The exhibition, which was slated to open at the BMA in March 2021, will now premiere at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) on September 4, 2021 and remain on view there until January 17, 2022. It will then travel to the BMA, where it will be on view from March 6 through August 14, 2022.

The 2020 Vision Contemporary Wing exhibitions are generously sponsored by BGE, Constellation, and Exelon. Admission is free for each of the exhibitions.

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Lisa Yuskavage. Tit Heaven 21. 1992. Private Collection. © Lisa Yuskavage. Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner