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Three Shows: Beki Basch, Hein Koh, and “Photo Flesh”

The next week is a good time to do some art-seeing on the westside of downtown Baltimore. Michael Jones McKean's commission from The Contemporary has transformed an old department store into a dystopian museum and it's teriffying and great. You can check it out by appointment until May 31st, when it will be deinstalled. Luckily some of the city's strongest artist-run spaces are within a few blocks of the show and also tend to accommodate by-appointment viewings.
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