Art Galleries in Baltimore

Artwork by artist Mina Cheon on display at Maryland Art Place, one of Baltimore's art galleries.
Image courtesy Maryland Art Place.

Art galleries in Baltimore feature everything from traditional fine art to contemporary pieces. This neighborhood-by-neighborhood guide will help anyone interested in viewing or collecting art in the Baltimore area.

Downtown/Inner Harbor

Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower
21 South Eutaw St.
Operated by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower is a 15 story city landmark containing studio spaces for visual and literary artists.

The tower has an open house each month, when visitors can wander through the studios while mixing and mingling with artists.

NUDASHANK
405 W. Franklin St.
Founded by Seth Adelsberger and Alex Ebstein, this independent, artist-run gallery aims to showcase rising young artists.

Maryland Art Place
8 Market Place, Suite 100
Established in 1981, Maryland Art Place is committed to exploring visual arts in Maryland. Located inside Power Plant Live! and holds 12 exhibitions each year.

The Whole Gallery
405 W.Franklin Street
Located on the third floor of the H&H building in downtown Baltimore, this gallery is a nonprofit exhibition space lived in and run by a group of resident artists.

Fells Point

Art Gallery of Fells Point
One of the most well-known art galleries in Baltimore, the Art Gallery of Fells Point was established in 1980 by a small group of artists. Today, the gallery has a new show every first Monday of the month.



Light Street Gallery
1448 Light St.
Light Street Gallery is owned and operated by Linda and Steven Krensky, longtime collectors of contemporary sculpture, prints, photography, and paintings.

Station North Arts and Entertainment District

New Door Creative
1601 St. Paul St.
Founded in 2004, New Door Creative Gallery is a fine arts gallery that represents artists of local and international renown.



Case[werks] Showroom and Gallery
1501 Saint Paul Street, Suite 116
Case[werks] curates and presents the work of emerging and established artists to inspire the interchange of ideas among diverse communities in Baltimore relating to urban life.

Mount Vernon

C. Grimaldis Gallery
523 N. Charles St.
The C. Grimaldis Gallery, which specializes in post-WWII American and European art with an emphasis on contemporary sculpture, has continuously operated in Baltimore since 1977.

Current Space
421 N. Howard St.
This artist-run gallery and studio has been operating since November 2004. The space's founders are committed to showcasing, developing, and broadening the reach of artists locally and internationally.

Federal Hill

Jordan Faye Contemporary
1401 Light St.
Jordan Faye Block founded this gallery with the idea that exhibitions should meet the specific needs of artists and art enthusiasts in Baltimore. The gallery, which is housed in a historic former branch of the Enoch Pratt Library, showcases the work of early- to mid-career artists.

School 33 Art Center
1427 Light St.
School 33 Art Center has been bridging the gap between contemporary artists and the general public for more than 20 years. Established in 1979 as a neighborhood center for contemporary art, School 33 not only showcases emerging and established artists, but also organizes educational programming for city schools and young artists.

Hampden/Remington

Goya Contemporary
3000 Chestnut Ave. 
The long-running Goya Contemporary promotes the work of mid-career artists and has a mission to promote the art and culture of our time by presenting new works and ideas through curatorial practice, texts and catalogs, print publishing, artist representation, and by encouraging artistic collection.

Open Space Gallery
2720 Sisson St.
A group of art students and friends came together in 2009 to start Open Space Gallery in a converted auto garage. The gallery operates with a mission to supply an outlet for local, national, and international artists.​

Multiple Locations

In addition to art galleries, don't miss these roving groups that put on stellar shows throughout Baltimore: