Past Exhibitions

Flower Bed II: A Prelude to Damnation

Trenton Doyle Hancock is renowned for his ability to mine popular culture and history, sourcing the content of his ongoing fantastical narrative from comic books, animation, movies, music, biblical stories, surrealism and abstract expressionism....

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High Style Curated by André Leon Talley

"High Style" Curated by André Leon Talley

High Style, the inaugural exhibition in the museum's André Leon Talley Gallery, named for the Vogue contributing editor and SCAD Board of Trustees...

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Kehinde Wiley, "Alexander the Great"

Selected Works

Los Angeles native and New York-based visual artist Kehinde Wiley has firmly situated himself within art history's portrait painting tradition. As a contemporary descendent of a long line of portraitists - including Reynolds, Gainsborough, Titian...

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You Can't Desert the Muse: Focus on Recent Print Acquisitions

You Can't Desert the Muse: Focus on Recent Print Acquisitions

"You Can't Desert the Muse: Focus on Recent Print Acquisitions" features approximately 20 prints by contemporary printmakers, many of whom were associated with Robert Blackburn's noted Printmaking Workshop in New York. This was a widely diverse...

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Virginia Kiah portrait, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia

Virginia Kiah from Art School to Art Educator: 30 Years of Portraits

Portrait artist and former SCAD board member, the late Virginia Jackson Kiah earned a B.A. from the Philadelphia Museum School of Art in 1931 and an M.A. from Columbia University in 1950. She also studied with notable portraitists Robert Brackman...

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Richard Hunt, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia

Richard Hunt: Promethean Mythmaker [Sculptures, Drawings and Prints]

With more than 100 commissioned public sculptures in American cities, the artist Richard Hunt has altered the nation's landscape, embodying classical ideals through his abstract works or interpreting historical traditions and genres. Some of his...

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British Taste in the Late 18th and Early 19th Centuries, SCAD Museum of Art

Town & Country: British Taste in the Late 18th and Early 19th Centuries

This exhibition features approximately two dozen works by great English masters such as Thomas Gainsborough, Joseph Wright of Derby, Sir Joshua Reynolds, John Hoppner, Sir William Beechey, and others. The paintings depict a world of prosperous...

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Hogarth's Tale of Two Cities: Rich and Poor in 18th-century London

Hogarth's Tale of Two Cities: Rich and Poor in 18th-century London

This comprehensive exhibition of prints by William Hogarth chronicles the highs and lows of life in 18th-century London. Selected from the SCAD Museum of Art's Earle W. Newton Collection of British and American Art, the 50 pieces on view include...

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19th- and 20th-century Photographs from the Rhoades Collection

The Master Eye: 19th- and 20th-century Photographs from the Rhoades Collection

Donated by Shirrel L. Rhoades, the photographs on view include iconic examples from pioneering 19th-century practitioners and from major 20th-century photographers who wielded their cameras to capture images of arresting landscapes, richly...

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Portraits of Photographers from the Rhoades Collection

Facing the Camera: Portraits of Photographers from the Rhoades Collection

The intimate image dialogue between one celebrated photographer and another is an explicit theme of this exhibition with highlights including a portrait of Eugene Atget by Berenice Abbott, Lee Miller by Man Ray, Man Ray by David Bailey, Helmut...

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