Visual arts: 'Imagining Home'

This new exhibit, which tackles aspects of "home," including immigration, interior design and homelessness, will be on view for nearly three years. The more than 30 paintings, sculptures, textiles and ceramics will change every six months, and will range from an ancient Greek vessel to a 2011 photograph of a shelter on the U.S.-Mexico border. Oct. 25 through the summer of 2018 at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Free.— MCM

Pictured: "A Quick Nap," Walter Henry Williams, 1952. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchased as the gift of Eddie C. Brown and C. Sylvia Brown, Baltimore. © Estate of Walter Williams

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