Past Exhibitions

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.


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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Ellen Gallagher: Ice or Salt

Ice or Salt

The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Ice or Salt," an exhibition of iconic and recent works by artist Ellen Gallagher. This presentation offers an original and focused look at the artist's gridded forms, as well as her use of incision and excision to...

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Claire Rosen, B.F.A., photography, 2006,"Sleeping Beauty" (from "Fairy Tales and Other Stories"), C-print, 2009.


"Reverie" features recent photographs by SCAD alumna Claire Rosen (B.F.A., photography, 2006), who was selected as one of Forbes Magazine's "30 Under 30" in the category of Art & Design in 2012. The artist constructs theatrical, dream-like...

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Diana Al-Hadid, left to right:  "Tomorrow's Superstitions," 2008; and "Untitled," 2011.

"Diana Al-Hadid"

This exhibition highlights Diana Al-Hadid's unique exploration of art historical references to examine sculptural and pictorial space and convey a world turned upside down. Her recent large-scale gypsum and metal sculptures, small bronzes and...

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Alex Prager, "La Petite Mort Film Still #5," archival pigment print, 2012.


The SCAD Museum of Art presents the first solo exhibition in the Southeast for Los Angeles, California-based artist Alex Prager. "Mise-en-scène" features two of Prager’s recent short films, "Despair" and "La Petite Mort," together with selected...

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Adam Cvijanovic, "Reconstruction," site-specific painting installation, 2013.


The SCAD Museum of Art has commissioned "Reconstruction," a site-specific painting installation by artist Adam Cvijanovic, a Distinguished Visiting Professor to the painting department at SCAD Savannah in 2009.Deeply inspired by the museum as...

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Regina Silveira, "Octopus (Track Series)" from the series "Derrapagem" (2009), 2009.

Track Series (Octopus)

"Track Series (Octopus)" is part of the continuing "Derrapagem" series of vinyl-decal mural installations by Brazil-based artist Regina Silveira. Acclaimed for her playful and exaggerated interpretations of space and scale, Silveira engages the...

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Mark Dorf, B.F.A., photography, 2011, "Time," 2011.

Environmental Occupations

SCAD presents "Environmental Occupations," a solo exhibition featuring photographs by SCAD alumnus Mark Dorf (B.F.A., photography, 2011). In this series, giant concrete forms loom within sweeping vistas and panoramic triptychs. The insertion of...

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Francisco Costa

for Calvin Klein Collection

The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Francisco Costa for Calvin Klein Collection," an exhibition of designs by 2013 André Leon Talley Lifetime Achievement Award winner Francisco Costa....

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Chakaia Booker, "Hybrid," rubber tire and wood, 92.88" x 42.38" x 33", 2003.


"Hybrid" is a selection of wall-mounted and freestanding sculptures by Chakaia Booker. This exhibition highlights Booker’s focused explorations of the metaphorical associations and formal manipulations of the rubber tire. Like the interwoven...

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Valerie Hammond, "apports," 4-color photogravure, 16" x 20", 2012.

Streaming Spirits: By Valerie Hammond and Kiki Smith

"Streaming Spirits" is an exhibition by acclaimed artists Valerie Hammond and Kiki Smith. "Streaming Spirits" was conceived and organized by scholar and guest curator Crista Cloutier. Other works in additional media from the artists' collections...

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Ursula von Rydingsvard, "Ocean Voices," cedar, graphite, 53" x 185" x 67”, 2011-12.

Shadows Remain

The SCAD Museum of Art presents a selection of cedar sculptures by artist Ursula von Rydingsvard. "Shadows Remain" consists of wall reliefs and monumental freestanding floor pieces that are at once abstract and referential, evoking forces of...

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Romare Bearden, Jazz Rhapsody, 1982. John Bankston, Music (after Jess), 2005.

Various Artists

"Rehearsals: The Practice and Influence of Sound and Movement" presents works by acclaimed artists from the Walter O. Evans Collection in dialogue with selected contemporary works that explore themes of sound, movement, practice and process. This...

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Uta Barth, "... and to draw a bright white line with light (Untitled 11.1)," 2011.

to draw with light

The SCAD Museum of Art presents an ambitious solo exhibition of works by acclaimed conceptual photographer and 2012 MacArthur Fellow Uta Barth. "To draw with light" features three related sequences of atmospheric, minimalist images, which have...

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