Photography 212xx

Baltimore City Photographed.

People, Places and Things in Baltimore City.  From B/W to Surreal, Film and DigitalAll photos are taken and originated in the 212xx Zip code.

*The premier Photo Art Event of the season!

Baltimore 21217 (Rick Santiago)

Group Show

Opens First Friday March 5 through Arpil 9

  • Artists’ Reception: Saturday March 13
  • 6:00PM through the Evening
  • art – food – drink

Photography 212xx Reception

Saturday March 13 Reception, great turnout, thanks!


Sacred to the Mememory of

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Sacred to the Memory of, a prevailing tombstone inscription from the Victorian Period, is an exhibtion of diverse domestic and international cemetery photography seeking to question one´s perceptions of death, dying, and the hereafter. You are most welcome to attend, while time remains. This exhibit features the works of Ryan Coffman and Thomas Izaguirre, free and open to the puiblic. Exhibit runs from July 11 through August 8, 2009! more to follow…

Featuring Recent Thanatological Photography of
Thomas Izaguirre & Susurrus Din

The Mid-Atlantic region boasts the most spectacular variety of funerary and memorial art within a specific region in this country. Much of it is located within Baltimore and nearby areas on the Eastern Shore. My colleague Ryan Coffman (aka Sussurus Din) and I share a mutual love of this art, which is both poignant and impermanent, as much a public museum of the architecture of remembrance as place of repose for those who have passed away. We look forward to sharing our discoveries with you and promoting greater awareness of the public treasure these places represent. Sadly, some of these monuments have fallen victim to the elements or to desecration by thieves and vandals, but our work presents some of these before misfortune fell upon them. We look forward to your attendance and thank you for your interest!

Artists’ Reception
Friday July 17, 2009
Always Casual
Starts at 7:00PM through the Evening
art – food – drink

Reception/Opening Photos!

Nice turnout for this event.  We have not had a Friday opening in 3+ years but this was a pleasant surprise considering Artscape was going on. 

Thanks to Ryan Coffman and Thomas Izagguire for sharing their works.  Thanks to all that dropped by for the reception…