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Most Everyone's mad here, 2015, by Jiha Moon

Artist SpotlightAwards

1858 Prize Finalist: Jiha Moon

“Why [do] people love foreign stuff so much?” questions Jiha Moon, Korean-born painter and Society 1858 Prize Finalist. Perhaps it is the allure of unfamiliar beauty, the mystique of unknown…

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Vasily Kandinsky

ExhibitionsPress Releases

Guggenheim Modern Art Exhibition Returns to Charleston, S.C. after 80 Years

Iconic exhibition revisits its original host with masterworks from the Guggenheim collection CHARLESTON, S.C., August 8, 2016 – Charleston is home to many firsts, but it’s a little-known fact that…

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a performance of The Declaration Project

Artist SpotlightAwards

1858 Prize Finalist: Stacey Kirby

Stacey Kirby uses art to start conversations. Raised in the South and currently living in Durham, NC, she is constantly observing and responding to the issues around her. For Kirby,…

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Brown, Red, White, and Blue, by Alicia Henry

Artist SpotlightAwards

1858 Prize Finalist: Alicia Henry

Alicia Henry was drawn to art as means of better understanding the world around her. As a child, she learned to paint, draw, and even garden to express her creativity…

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Republican Potty, by Michelle Erickson

Artist SpotlightAwards

1858 Prize Finalist: Michelle Erickson

A resident of Virginia, ceramic artist Michelle Erickson has over twenty years of experience crafting 17th- and 18th-century reproduction pottery as well as creating contemporary ceramics that foster discussion on…

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Vinculo en Azul, by José Bedia

Artist SpotlightAwards

1858 Prize Finalist: José Bedia

Extensive travel, appreciation for tradition, and a unique approach to translating history have all shaped the career of José Bedia. Born in 1959 in Havana, Cuba, Bedia grew up surrounded…

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Unraveled by Sonya Clark

EventsExhibitionsPrograms

Gibbes Museum in the News: July 5 – 15

“One South Contemporary” included The Things We Carry exhibition at the Gibbes in a recent piece in which the author reflects on her personal experience at the Museum. She praises…

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ClassesEducation

Summer Art *Camp* for Adults

“I can’t draw a straight line!” or “I can’t draw a stick figure!” These are two comments I hear often. I usually respond with “That’s great! …because you don’t need…

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Museum Signage samples

Behind the ScenesRenovation Plans

Zen and the Art of Museum Signage

The funny thing about beautiful signs is that you don’t notice them. From the beginning, that was our goal for museum signage at the newly renovated Gibbes. To create an…

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Behind the ScenesRenovation Plans

Gibbes Museum in the News: June 22 – July 4

Charleston Business Magazine’s June/July issue featured an in-depth piece with stunning photos of the renovated museum and first-floor programming. Tidelines, Seabrook Island’s community blog, included a post on the Art…

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