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Tallur L.N. creates works that delve deep into the dichotomies between the tangible and the ethereal, the figurative and the abstract, and the decorative and the conceptual.
Abrie Fourie explores the familiar and intimate zones of home with the same interest and curiosity as he does the unknown.
American photographer Francesca Woodman’s photograph "Self-portrait Talking To Vince" serves as this exhibition's focal point, presented alongside seven SCAD artists’ pieces.
This body of work focuses on elements of the bypassed areas of rural America from coast to coast.
This solo exhibition by Tibetan-born, British artist Gonkar Gyatso illuminates his practice of interweaving traditional Buddhist iconography with the detritus of pop culture.
This media art installation is inspired by photomontage and datamoshing, the intentional distortion of media for aesthetic means.
Orly Genger is renowned for her ambitious environmental sculptures of intricate, hand-knotted rope coated in paint.
Ten contemporary artists use experimental and alternative photography processes to expand the expressive possibilities and structure of making photographs.
Founded by Tim Rollins more than 30 years ago, the K.O.S. group has created paintings inspired by classic works of literature and music.
Matthew Brandt’s printed photographs are bathed in a mixture of water collected from the site in which the composition was derived.
This is Dustin Yellin’s largest and most complex work, a massive 12-ton, three-paneled epic, embodying his vision of the world and consciousness.
Charmaine Ortiz uses graphite to create multilayered narratives consisting of conceptual and personal explorations of the material.
Viviane Sassen experiments with bringing elements from her staged photography (mirrors, collage, tape, color filters) into the SCAD Museum of Art space.
"Shadows" unravels the narrative history of a stirring photograph taken by Koen Wessing near Estelí, Nicaragua, at the height of the revolution in September 1978.
This exhibition features a broad cross-section of the artist’s practice and themes.
For his site-responsive sculptural installation, Jason Middlebrook worked with reclaimed wood that has a deep connection to the local area and the history of the region.
This work focuses on a female protagonist, her relationships, the liminal spaces of her existence and the environment that surrounds her.
Nathan Mabry’s sculptures evoke a poignant humor and notions of high- and low-brow aesthetics, merging the two in a jocular yet analytical way.
These pieces explore themes of visionary and utopian architecture and how progress, growth, decay and de-construction are inherent aspects of the creation process.
This exhibition highlights drawing as a fundamental language in all creative fields.
This series of photographs sets idealized architectural miniatures against Southern vernacular architecture.
Students and professors will exhibit their work in advertising, sequential art, graphic design, art history, illustration and writing.