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Vanishing Charleston

May 25, 2018 - October 21, 2018

Gallery 3

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As new buildings rise and construction cranes dot the horizon, Charleston’s urban neighborhoods have undergone rapid change.

Vanishing Charleston examines the evolving landscape of the city, including several buildings that no longer exist, through the work of eight artists.

<i>Pick-up Game, Chapel Street</i>, 1980, By Horace Talmage Day (American, 1909—1984); Oil on canvas; 25 x 30 inches; Gift of H. Talmage Day; 2005.003

Pick-up Game, Chapel Street, 1980, By Horace Talmage Day (American, 1909—1984); Oil on canvas; 25 x 30 inches; Gift of H. Talmage Day; 2005.003

<i>Suburban Charleston</i>, ca. 1950, By Grace Albee (American, 1890—1985); Woodblock print on paper; 7 1/16 x 11 1/8 inches; Museum purchase; 1998.007.0002

Suburban Charleston, ca. 1950, By Grace Albee (American, 1890—1985); Woodblock print on paper; 7 1/16 x 11 1/8 inches; Museum purchase; 1998.007.0002

<i>Line Street Railroad Crossing</i>, 1991, By William McCullough (American, b. 1948); Oil on canvas; 30 1/2 x 40 1/4 inches; Museum purchase; 2001.025

Line Street Railroad Crossing, 1991, By William McCullough (American, b. 1948); Oil on canvas; 30 1/2 x 40 1/4 inches; Museum purchase; 2001.025

<i>Leftovers</i>, 1942, By William Halsey (American, 1915—1999); Oil on Masonite; 29 1/4 x 46 1/4 inches; Museum purchase; 1949.006.0001

Leftovers, 1942, By William Halsey (American, 1915—1999); Oil on Masonite; 29 1/4 x 46 1/4 inches; Museum purchase; 1949.006.0001