When the Gibbes Museum opened in 1905, the nation celebrated what Charleston has always understood: the power of art – to inspire our imagination, heal our hurt, and nourish our souls.

Gibbes Museum in the News: June 15 – June 21

Gibbes Museum of Art, copyright MCG Photography

The grand reopening of the Gibbes generated a lot of exciting media attention:

Architectural Digest featured an incredible piece on the Gibbes with stunning photos. We’re delighted to be highlighted by the international authority in design and architecture!

Goop (Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle site) mentioned the Gibbes as one of the top attractions to see in Charleston. We’ve always known Gwyneth had good taste! Enjoying the celebrity recommendation.

Charlie Magazine named Executive Director Angela Mack one of Charleston’s 50 most progressive individuals in a piece titled “Advocate for the Arts.” We couldn’t agree more.

Garden & Gun’s Southern Agenda section chose the Gibbes reopening and opening exhibitions as the top place to go in S.C. in its June/July issue.

The Post & Courier featured an extensive piece on the renovation highlights and ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Art Mag featured the Gibbes reopening twice in their newsletter.

Charleston City Paper gave readers a sneak peek into the reopening exhibitions and renovations.

The Associated Press highlighted the reopening exhibits and renovation and syndicated to The Washington Times, Miami Herald, The State, The Charlotte Observer and more.

News 2 highlighted some of the exciting new features the Gibbes offers visitors.

LowcountrybizSC gave readers an inside look of the new space.

The Post and Courier published a beautiful piece on the Gibbes’ restoration including plenty of details of its transformation, even calling it “stunning.”

The Post and Courier also highlighted visiting artist Sonya Clark’s “Pluck and Grow” installation that was on display during the visiting artist’s residency.

SMI Landscape Architecture group was mentioned in the Palm Beach Daily News for their work to revitalize the Gibbes’ garden and improve the three-block-long pathway that extends from the Museum.

Published June 22, 2016

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