...The H&HScape after-Sondheim party Saturday night was hot, humid, enthusiastically attended, and a little overwhelming. Three galleries on two floors of the H&H Building at Eutaw and West Franklin streets opened their doors to a steady throng of people after the BMA award-presentation reception ended. If crowd density is any way to gauge interest, people adored the shows at both Nudashank (co-owned by City Paper contributor Alex Ebstein) and Whole (whose Radix show is co-curated by CP contributor Emily C-D), where convivial crowds made interacting with the work difficult and a bit pointless....
The WHOLE Gallery is a not for profit exhibition space collectively lived-in and run by the resident artists: Emily C-D & Jessie Unterhalter (TwoCan Collective), Seth Adelsberger & Alex Ebstein (Nudashank), Freda Mohr, Elisa Urtiaga, Edward Knapp & Florian Mosleh.
The gallery space is approximately 2000 sq feet, with high ceilings, wood floors, and walls that are painted in a rotating palette of colors. The Whole is located on the 3rd Floor of the H&H Building in downtown Baltimore.
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