If you can find a moment amid the pre-holiday bustle, head on over to the Baltimore Museum of Art to check out Interior Worlds, an exhibition of thirteen large images by German photographer Candida Höfer.
The photos are big, like six feet tall, and present in rich detail architecturally stunning interiors from Europe and America, including two Baltimore locations, the Walters Art Museum and the George Peabody Library.
The scale, symmetry, and fine detail of Höfer’s work make each photograph a soothing, contemplative experience. And it’s nice to see Baltimore hanging next to an image of the Louvre.
Candida Höfer: Interior Worlds is on view at the BMA through February 26, 2012. Admission is free.
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