September 28, 2018
- January 1, 2225
Come see the newly organized collection! We've gathered ancient and modern works of art, together in one space, that explore our shared archetypes, myths, and ideals.
January 30, 2021
- June 6, 2021
South Carolina has been home to an impressive array of printmakers creating works in a diverse range of styles. Pressing Voices brings together a group of artists showcasing styles and stories that illustrate how a centuries-old artistic process continues to inspire and endure. Pressing Voices is a companion show to the exhibition The Imaginative Worlds of M.C. Escher.
February 6, 2021
- June 6, 2021
M. C. Escher's mind-bending prints include subjects like infinite staircases, tessellating birds changing into fish and back again, and two hands drawing each other. In this exhibition you will see his best-known prints as well as lesser-known works, spanning his entire career from his earliest print to his final masterpiece.
March 15, 2021
- June 13, 2021
In Art of Healing student-artists reflect on what it means to cope and make meaning during life’s most challenging moments, in particular the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
April 1, 2021
- July 11, 2021
Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque famously “invented” collage as a fine art in the 1910s, and it is a particularly playful art form. Artists can arrange and affix paper, fabric, photos, and other found ephemera to a surface — the results ranging from purely abstract form to a collision of deliberate messages. This exhibition showcases hidden gems by little-known artists and recent acquisitions.
July 3, 2021
- September 12, 2021
The Ironic Curtain features artists who worked under political repression in the decades just before the fall of the Soviet Union, making “official” art by day and their own experimental art in secret.
October 9, 2021
- January 17, 2022
30 Americans features an incredible “Who’s Who” list from among the most acclaimed Black artists of our time, including Nick Cave, Glenn Ligon, Lorna Simpson, Mickalene Thomas, and Kehinde Wiley.
February 12, 2022
- May 29, 2022
Pakistani American artist Anila Quayyum Agha’s immersive installations upend traditional ideas about sculpture. Brilliantly lit from within, they cast their own images onto the walls around them like lanterns and create intricate patterns that dance over visitors as they move through the exhibition.
February 19, 2022
- May 15, 2022
Auguste Rodin saw the body as an envelope for the spirit, and the flickering surfaces of his modeled forms express this tension. His sculptures’ poses, directly inspired by Michelangelo’s powerful marble works, capture the human condition in all its elation and anguish.