December 2, 2021 – May 22, 2022

Many artists call South Carolina home, carrying with them connections to a place that has had an indelible influence on their creative practices. Taking inspiration from the featured fall exhibition 30 Americans, 22 South Carolinians highlights remarkable Black artists who have been shaped by their experiences in South Carolina, revealing unique portraits of creativity, culture, and visual storytelling.

Featuring the work of Cameron Alexander, Tarleton Blackwell, Jai-Anna Carter, Ija Charles, Robert Coffey, Angela Corbett, Michael Dantzler, B. Dukes, Raishad Glover, Malik Greene, Sanford Greene, Tonya Gregg, Roni Henderson-Day, Terry K. Hunter, Dogon Krigga, Ernest "Chicken Man" Lee, J. Renee, Ce Scott-Fitts, Isaac Udogwu, Cedric Umoja, Sabrina White, and Thomas the Younger.

Friends of African American Art & Culture is a proud program partner and sponsor of 22 South Carolinians.


Photo above:
Raishad Glover

Catastasis & Bioluminescent (Work in Progress), 2021
Courtesy of The George Gallery
Graphite, enamel, acrylic, beeswax on hemp fiberboard
48" x 48" 


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