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Stephen Burrows' carefully crafted garments reveal a deep understanding of material and the body.
Simon Bilodeau creates mysterious worlds within a restrained palette of whites, grays, silvers and blacks that juxtapose luxurious objects and debris, mythology and history.
A centerpiece of the exhibition is an ambitious, large-scale white rope installation "The Milkman" made from recycled lobster rope and measuring more than 15 feet in length.
This exhibition highlights an array of new work that demonstrates formal and technical skill as well as styles and imagery depicted in a variety of printmaking processes.
The featured paintings, drawings, sculptures and prints illustrate major artistic and cultural developments explored during this pivotal period in modern art.
These screenprints by seminal pop artist Andy Warhol are among a number of works donated in 2014 to the SCAD Museum of Art by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
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.
Savannah, Georgia-based artist Maggie Evans explores cultural hierarchies and the human desire to be a part of, or detached from, class systems.
Marking Beijing-based artist Li Hui’s first major solo exhibition in the U.S., this exhibition features laser lights reflecting off a surface of fractured, polished steel.
This exhibition is the first museum survey of work by the acclaimed Savannah, Georgia- based photographer since his passing 10 years ago.