This exhibition presents work by 11 contemporary artists who share a common approach to their work through the use of sharp edged, linear or geometric forms.
With a deep interest in cultural anthropology and communication, Naimar Ramirez seeks to uncover a new interpretation of space and objects.
The duo attempts to reveal what our new order looks like: an altered, through-the-looking-glass reality.
Known for his complex, monumental and kaleidoscopic mandala paintings, SCAD alumnus Caomin Xie ponders the magnitude and ethereal beauty of the celestial realm.
This momentous exhibition features 70 garments, many designed exclusively for de la Renta’s closest friends and family.
Set in the ruins of an commune outside Los Angeles, "Llano" is a poignant and visually captivating film that reflects the artist’s musings on a failed utopia.
Matthew Day Jackson's work explores the dichotomy between the past and present and the narrative of his own identity within history.
Acclaimed Japanese composer and visual artist Ryoji Ikeda explores the contemporary world of information and data.
Considered one of the most important contemporary artists of his generation, Xu Bing is the SCAD deFINE ART 2015 honoree.
The entanglement and dislocation expressed in Alain Nitegeka’s work references his personal experiences of escape and migration.
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