SCAD presents “What You See is What You Want to See,” an M.F.A. painting thesis exhibition by Jaeyoun Shin.
Created from a firsthand traumatic experience with the artist’s body as the primary medium, “Time Purifies Memory” is a documentary of memory re-enactment.
Kent Knowles' colorful, large-scale paintings are positioned in an ambiguous space between allegory and personal symbolism.
Carinne Wasmuht uses the visual language of painting to comment on the world population’s increasing dependency on electronic devices.
This installation of 70 pieces of flattened antique silver seems to levitate just above the gallery floor.
This exhibition that brings together a range of Carrie Mae Weems' work that is both provocatively disparate and deeply connected.
A South Carolina native, Howard’s work explores eternal themes of childhood and imagination within the particular culture and geography of the American South.
These select sculptural works and this installation explore the interaction between mankind and architecture.
SCAD presents “Modern Love,” a juried exhibition of faculty, staff, alumni and student artwork inspired by the first track on David Bowie’s album “Let’s Dance.”
This exhibition showcases Cunningham’s unique perspective as a staff photographer for The New York Times and as an icon of New York and international fashion.
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