A new exhibition presents recently discovered works by Grant in conversation with commissioned pieces by artists of today, including other LGBTQ+ creators.
The opening date for the museum, located at the former site of Gadsden’s Wharf in Charleston, has been anticipated for over two decades.
You could say that Nina Hamnett fell victim to her own reckless self-mythologizing.
On view through December 7, 2019, the shows printmaking, collage, and installation beckon viewers to examine their preconceived notions of society.
On view at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, the installation aims to present both an alluring, gorgeous and otherworldly garden, and its darker counterpart.
Public Memory in the New South is concerned with how we choose to frame our recollections to arrive at a collective sense of who we are in today’s South.
On view at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, fifty-six photographers’ visions of the South over the first decades of the 21st century.