Past Exhibitions

Cast of Characters

SCAD permanent collection. Gift of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York.SCAD presents a selection of screenprints by seminal pop artist Andy Warhol (1928-1987) that are among a number of works donated in 2014 to the SCAD...

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Li Hui, "Cracked," stainless steel, laser board and fog machine, dimensions variable, 2012-14.

Halcyon Fracture

SCAD presents "Halcyon Fracture," an exhibition by Beijing-based artist Li Hui. The installation, marking the artist’s first major solo exhibition in the U.S., will feature a site-specific installation titled "Halcyon Fracture." Organized by SCAD...

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Simon Bilodeau, "The End Has Different Stories," SCAD Museum of Art Jewel Boxes.

The End Has Different Stories

SCAD presents "The End Has Different Stories," four sculptural installations by Montreal-based artist Simon Bilodeau, created specifically for the "jewel box" exhibition spaces on the façade of the SCAD Museum of Art. Bilodeau creates...

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Pat Cleveland in red two-piece matte jersey skirt with wrap top and matching red stockings and shoes.

An American Master of Inventive Design

SCAD presents "An American Master of Inventive Design," an exhibition of designs by acclaimed fashion designer Stephen Burrows, curated by André Leon Talley. Burrows is the recipient of the 2014 André Leon Talley Lifetime Achievement Award. Both...

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Maggie Evans, Status, oil on canvas, 35" x 60", 2014.

Status

Savannah, Georgia-based artist Maggie Evans (M.F.A., painting, 2008) creates paintings and drawings that depict uniform rows of chairs and nondescript apartment buildings. Her work...

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Orly Genger, "Undertone," SCAD Museum of Art, Pamela Elaine Poetter Gallery.

Undertone

The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Undertone," a solo exhibition of recent work by the New York-based artist Orly Genger. Genger is renowned for her monumental sculptures composed of intricately hand-knotted and painted rope. A centerpiece of the...

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Nathan Mabry, "Process Art (B-E-A-G-G-R-E-S-S-I-V-E)," Feb. 18-June 22, SCAD Museum of Art, Alex Townsend Grand Courtyard.

Process Art (B-E-A-G-G-R-E-S-S-I-V-E)

"Process Art (B-E-A-G-G-R-E-S-S-I-V-E)" by artist Nathan Mabry is a six-piece, sculpture-based installation that will be exhibited in the Alex Townsend Grand Courtyard at the SCAD Museum of Art.Mabry’s sculptures evoke a poignant humor and...

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Nicola López, "Babel Revisited: History Repeats Itself," Feb. 18-May 4, SCAD Museum of Art, Jewel Boxes.

Babel Revisited: History Repeats Itself

"Babel Revisited: History Repeats Itself" by artist Nicola López is a four-part, print-based installation created specifically for the "jewel box" exhibition spaces on the façade of the SCAD Museum of Art. Each space houses a different...

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Sam Nhlengethwa, "Miriam Makeba Live in New York," 2005.

Life, Jazz and Lots of Other Things

"Life, Jazz and Lots of Other Things" is Sam Nhlengethwa’s first solo museum exhibition in the U.S. Based in Johannesburg, Nhlengethwa is revered as one of South Africa’s leading contemporary artists. Curated by Laurie Ann Farrell, SCAD executive...

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Jason Middlebrook Exhibition, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah

Submerged

For his site-responsive sculptural installation, "Submerged," artist Jason Middlebrook worked with reclaimed wood that has a deep connection to the local area and the history of the region. Middlebrook transformed logs that were submerged in the...

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Viviane Sassen, "In and Out of Fashion," Feb. 18-May 4, SCAD Museum of Art, André  Leon Talley Gallery.

In and Out of Fashion

Viviane Sassen’s "In and Out of Fashion" is on view at the museum’s André Leon Talley Gallery, the only dedicated couture gallery in the southern U.S. In this installation conceived for the SCAD Museum of Art, Sassen experiments with bringing...

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Alfredo Jaar facing "Lament of the Images," 2002.

Shadows

Alfredo Jaar’s "Shadows," a large-scale SCAD-commissioned installation, will make its world premiere at deFINE ART. This work follows in the footsteps of "The Sound of Silence" (2006) as the second part of a trilogy of installations revolving...

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Dustin Yellin, "The Triptych," Feb. 7-June 8, SCAD Museum of Art, Experimental Gallery.

The Triptych

"The Triptych," making its museum premiere, is Yellin’s largest and most complex work, a massive 12-ton, three-paneled epic, embodying his vision of the world and consciousness.For Yellin, "the universe and the mind are shadowy places seething...

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Matthew Brandt, "Lakes and Reservoirs," Feb. 4-July 6, SCAD Museum of Art.

Lakes and Reservoirs

"Lakes and Reservoirs," an exhibition of photographs by Los Angeles-based photographer Matthew Brandt, is the artist’s first solo show in the Southeast. Influenced largely by generations of landscape photographers before him, Brandt’s process of...

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Tim Rollins and K.O.S., “Asleep on the Raft (after Mark Twain),” 2013-14.

RIVERS

The SCAD Museum of Art presents "RIVERS," an exhibition of collaborative paintings by the Bronx, New York-based artists Tim Rollins and K.O.S. (Kids of Survival). Founded by Rollins more than 30 years ago, the K.O.S. group has created paintings...

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Francesca Woodman, "Talking To Vince," gelatin silver print, c.1980.

SCAD photographers

The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Girl: Continued…,"  the first exhibition in a series that highlights a work from the permanent collection by an artist whose influence has greatly impacted the artistic practices of SCAD professors and alumni.In...

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Tallur L.N.

Balancing Act

The SCAD Museum of Art presents the first solo U.S. museum exhibition by artist Tallur L.N. "Balancing Act" features a selection of new and recent sculpture, two-dimensional wood works, and the U.S. premiere of "Apocalypse"(2010), an...

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Pierre Gonnord, "Hattie," digital C-print, 2012.

Portraying the South

The SCAD Museum of Art, in partnership with the Consulate General of France in Atlanta, Georgia, presents a new series of photographs by French photographer Pierre Gonnord. In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the death of Nobel Prize-...

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Wendell Castle, "Wall Table No. 16," stack-laminated afromosia wood, signed WC 69, 81" x 17.5" x 50", 1969.

Wandering Forms, Works from 1959-1979

Wendell Castle’s exploration of form and function blurs the boundaries between art, craft and design and has changed the way we look at furniture today.The first major investigation into his iconic and groundbreaking early work in more than 20...

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Leonardo Drew, "Number 153," wood, paint, paper and metal, 2012.

Selected Works

The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Leonardo Drew: Selected Works," an exhibition of elaborate abstract sculptural installations and compositions as well as selected works on paper.Originating from a rich studio practice, Drew’s multilayered...

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