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ART PREVIEW

by Matt Mill

Inspired by the black and white photographs on view in the Magic in the Mundane exhibition at the Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston artists who work in a variety of mediums were tasked to create an original black and white photograph for the annual Winter Party this Friday, February 9, hosted by Society 1858.

Those attending will have the chance to win these original photographs, while New York-based audiovisual artists Myth of an Atom will perform with DJ Fallen Atom.

Society 1858 is a group of young professionals who support the museum with social and educational programs tailored for up-and-coming art patrons and award the 1858 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art of $10,000 each year to an artist whose work contributes to a new understanding of art in the South.

SOCIETY 1858 WINTER PARTY: THE DARKROOM
Friday, February 9, 8:00-11:00pm | Gibbes Museum of Art

 

ART PREVIEW

SULLY SULLIVAN | We All Float

 

ALAN JACKSON | Thought Balloon

 

ASHLEY WARNOCK | Grand Central Ballerina

 

CHARLES AILSTOCK | Kaboom

 

KATE LONG STEVENSON | 1.4.2018

 

LANDON NEIL PHILLIPS | Hunter

 

LEIGH WEBBER

 

RAVEN ROXANNE | Ladies in Conversation

 

RICK RHODES | Morris Island

 

RILEY CLERMONT | Etimesoy

 

RUSTY ROSS | Creepin Forward

 

STEPHEN BLACKMON | One Turned Up

 

TEENY MORRISON | La Fontelina

 

TIM HUSSEY | Left Alone


 

SOCIETY 1858 WINTER PARTY: THE DARKROOM
Friday, February 9, 8:00-11:00pm | Gibbes Museum of Art

 

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Posted on February 5, 2018 by Matt Mill.

Categories: Visual Art

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