Past Exhibitions

Imprint: Past as Prologue

SCAD presents "Imprint: Past as Prologue," an exhibition by Masud Olufani (M.F.A., sculpture, 2013) that explores history, memory, community and the symbolic power of objects.Olufani adopts familiar shapes, words and sounds, and recontextualizes...

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Resonance, Selected Works from the 1990s

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “Mildred Thompson: Resonance, Selected Works from the 1990s,” an exhibition featuring artwork by prolific American artist Mildred Thompson (1936–2003). Over several decades, Thompson devoted her artistic practice...

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Afar

The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Afar," the most recent work of acclaimed Brooklyn-based video artist, Janet Biggs. Created with the support of the museum, "Afar" depicts Biggs' travels in the Afar Triangle, a geologically unstable but visually...

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A Kind of Confession

SCAD Museum of Art presents “A Kind of Confession,” the first Southeast solo exhibition by artist Jeffrey Gibson. The title of the exhibition is derived from a quote by African-American novelist James Baldwin: “All art is a kind of confession,...

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Multimedia exhibition

The SCAD Museum of Art presents a multimedia exhibition profiling the archive and lineage of Aint–Bad, a multiplatform photographic publisher based in Savannah and founded by SCAD alumni. “Aint–Bad: Vision to Reality” highlights the publisher’s...

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Group exhibition

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “Built, World,” a group exhibition featuring works by leading international artists investigating architecture and constructed realities with a variety of media across a range of scale. Through photography,...

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Refined Irreverence

The SCAD Museum of Art and SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film present “Refined Irreverence,” a dual exhibition celebrating Carolina Herrera and the 35th anniversary of the House of Herrera. The exhibition marks...

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Reminiscent of Time Passed

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “Reminiscent of Time Passed,” a solo exhibition by Gamaliel Rodríguez, featuring recent works on paper, as well as “Figure 1737,” a 45-foot ballpoint pen drawing commissioned by the SCAD Museum of Art. “Figure 1737...

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Time and Place and Eternity

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “Time and Place and Eternity,” an exhibition by SCAD alumna Stephanie Howard (B.F.A. painting) depicting an invented mythology of the South in intricate pen and ink renderings of human and animal characters and the...

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Georgia Dispatch

In Summer 2014, the SCAD Museum of Art sponsored "Georgia Dispatch,” the seventh and final project of Alec Soth’s ongoing "Dispatch" series (2011–2014) during a two-week, 2,400-mile excursion through rural and urban Georgia. The "Dispatch" series...

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The Moon is Asleep

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “The Moon is Asleep,” an exhibition by Robin Rhode, who engages the wall as both an edifice of the hallowed spaces of the museum and as a symbolic boundary or border. Through actions and mark-making, the artist...

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A Poem in the Form of Flowers

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “A Poem in the Form of Flowers,” an exhibition by Roberto Behar and Rosario Marquardt, a collaborative architectural and multidisciplinary practice, R&R Studios, weaving together visual arts, exhibitions,...

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Selected Works

The SCAD Museum of Art presents an exhibition of selected works by acclaimed German painter Corinne Wasmuht, marking her first solo museum exhibition in the U.S. Wasmuht is best known for her large-scale oil paintings, which seek to define her...

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Rorschach

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “Rorschach (Accidental IV),” an installation of 70 pieces of flattened antique silver, seeming to levitate just above the gallery floor by Cornelia Parker. Early in her career, the British sculptor avoided the...

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Considered

The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Carrie Mae Weems: Considered," an exhibition by deFINE ART 2016 honoree and keynote speaker Carrie Mae Weems that brings together a range of her work that is both provocatively disparate and deeply connected. This...

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Blood Bound

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “Blood Bound,” an exhibition by artisan duo, brothers Steven and William Ladd, that is the first comprehensive look into their nearly two-decade-long collaborative studio practice. Widely recognized for their...

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The Future Was Then

The SCAD Museum of Art presents "The Future Was Then," a monumental installation by Daniel Arsham created specifically for the museum's Pamela Elaine Poetter Gallery for deFINE ART 2016. These select sculptural works and this installation explore...

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Journey Elsewhere: Musings from a Boundless Zoo

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “Journey Elsewhere: Musings from a Boundless Zoo,” a multi-venue exhibition by SCAD alumnus Lavar Munroe (B.F.A. illustration) with...

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Art and Fashion from the SCAD Museum of Art Permanent Collection

SCAD Museum of Art presents “Tête-à-tête: Art and Fashion from the SCAD Museum of Art Permanent Collection,” a series of intimate aesthetic “conversations” across media. Artworks and garments of historical and contemporary importance are paired...

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Pink Sultan

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “Pink Sultan,” an exhibition of intricate cut-paper works by SCAD alumna Lucha Rodriguez (M.F.A. printmaking). Her work ranges from etchings, monoprints and colorful silk screen prints, to immersive sculptural...

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