The Towson Times, Baltimore, April 23, 2003

Gallery’s global reach

Speaking of geography, you can visit a second exhibit without leaving the building. Gallery International, located on the lower level of this Charles Street address, is having its first anniversary show. True to this relatively new gallery's intention to showcase art from around the world, this exhibit features British artist John Harvey, German artist Jack N. Mohr, Hungarian artist Zsolt Gyarmati, and Canadian artist Françoise Issaly.

Among the more intriguing pieces are Mohr’s wall-hung white ceramic sculptures, which try out different possibilities for breaking up the sheer flat whiteness: they have white folds somewhat evocative of textiles; incorporate children’s marbles-evocative round shapes; and, in addition to how the ceramic itself is shaped, also incorporate real nails. [. . .]