All SCAD locations

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.

Now through Friday, April 3
Savannah, Georgia

With a deep interest in cultural anthropology and communication, Naimar Ramirez seeks to uncover a new interpretation of space and objects.

Monday, Feb. 2-Sunday, June 14
Atlanta, Georgia

The duo attempts to reveal what our new order looks like: an altered, through-the-looking-glass reality.

Wednesday, Feb. 4-Sunday, May 3
Savannah, Georgia

Known for his complex, monumental and kaleidoscopic mandala paintings, SCAD alumnus Caomin Xie ponders the magnitude and ethereal beauty of the celestial realm.

Wednesday, Feb. 4-Sunday, June 28
Savannah, Georgia

This momentous exhibition features 70 garments, many designed exclusively for de la Renta’s closest friends and family.

Thursday, Feb. 5-Sunday, May 3
Savannah, Georgia

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.

Monday, Feb. 9-Friday, March 13
Atlanta, Georgia

Matthew Day Jackson's work explores the dichotomy between the past and present and the narrative of his own identity within history.

Monday, Feb. 16-Friday, June 5
Atlanta, Georgia

Acclaimed Japanese composer and visual artist Ryoji Ikeda explores the contemporary world of information and data.

Tuesday, Feb. 17-Sunday, June 14
Savannah, Georgia

Considered one of the most important contemporary artists of his generation, Xu Bing is the SCAD deFINE ART 2015 honoree.

Tuesday, Feb. 17-Friday, July 3
Savannah, Georgia

The entanglement and dislocation expressed in Alain Nitegeka’s work references his personal experiences of escape and migration.

Tuesday, Feb. 17-Sunday, July 19
Savannah, Georgia