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This exhibition explores the influence of Mexican art and culture upon American artists in the mid twentieth century, particularly artists associated with the Charleston Renaissance. Mexico and the Charleston Renaissance features paintings and works on paper from the Gibbes Collection by William Halsey, Anna Heyward Taylor, George Biddle, Charles Wilbert White, Edward Middleton Manigault and Corrie McCallum.
Class meets Saturdays, October 28, November 4, and 11 from 2-4pm. This class is an opportunity to explore the watercolor medium with a focus on masking methods to produce a rich and complex des...READ MORE
For the first time ever, the Gibbes offered a summer teen camp for ages 13 and up. Two week-long portrait study sessions were offered in June and July. Long-time Gibbes…READ MORE
I first saw Ben Sollee in 2009 at a club in Boulder, Colorado, called the Fox Theater. At the time I was a regular at the Fox, hanging out there…READ MORE
In 2016, the Gibbes received two incredible gifts to the permanent collection: a portrait of Mary Jackson by Mary Whyte and a portrait of Mary Whyte by Jill Hooper. The…READ MORE
About five years ago I put the date August 21, 2017, down in my calendar. I have always been interested and excited to learn about celestial events. When hearing about…READ MORE