September 27, 2022

Fall 2022 exhibitions

Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)

Anna Park, Hero Mentality, 2021. Charcoal on paper on panel, 72 x 120 in. © Anna Park. Courtesy of Kimberly and Ben Gould.

Seher Shah and Randhir Singh, Studies in Form, Akbar Bhavan (#11), 2018. Cyanotype print on Arches Aquarelle paper, 22 x 30 in. Courtesy of the artists and Green Art Gallery, Dubai.

Left: Gisela Colón, Parabolic Monolith (Supernova), 2022. Aurora particles, stardust, cosmic radiation, intergalactic matter, ionic waves, organic carbamate, gravity, and time. Right: Ultra Spheroid (Lyra), 2022. Blow-molded acrylic, 90 x 42 x 12 in. Courtesy of the artist and Gavlak Gallery.

Johana Moscoso, Entre sistemas invisibles (still), 2022. Video.

Allison Schulnik, Mound, 2011. Video, 4:20 min. Courtesy of the artist, P·P·O·W Gallery, and Mark Moore Fine Art.

Shi Jinsong, Let's Go, 2013. Motorcycle, industrial waste, and resin, 106 x 39 x 63 in. Courtesy of the artist and Eli Klein Gallery, New York.

The Savannah College of Art and Design welcomes a new season of exhibitions at the renowned SCAD Museum of Art, uniting an international roster of emerging and established artists whose practices reflect vital conversations within contemporary art discourse. This season’s diverse slate of shows represents varied mediums, approaches, and contexts, and includes a major presentation of work by Roxy Paine, whose large-scale, multimedia sculptures examine intricate systems, from the biological to the geological to the industrial, ultimately engaging deeply existential themes of humanity and the natural world. SCAD MOA also proudly presents the first solo exhibitions in the US for Anna Park, Maria Nepomuceno, and Shi Jinsong, whose practices each uniquely materialize the complexities and contradictions of culture within capitalistic societies, as well as the group show Aaron Douglas: Sermons in the museum’s Evans Center for African American Studies, which explores the Harlem Renaissance artist’s profound influence on creative practice today.

Many of SCAD’s top-ranked degree programs—including painting, photography, sculpture, fibers, illustration, animation, and architecture—are reflected in this season’s exhibitions and complementary events programming, demon-strating the museum’s continued mission to enrich the high caliber of education and cultural life for students, alumni, and the Savannah com-munity and beyond.

“We are so excited to share these wonderful new exhibitions at the SCAD Museum of Art," says SCAD Museum of Art chief curator Daniel S. Palmer. "This fall, we showcase a geographically diverse range of artists who create compelling works varying in media and approach. With an assortment of impressive solo exhibitions and thoughtful group shows, the museum will be buzzing with a dynamism that is sure to inspire creativity and wonder for our students and visitors alike.”

Featured fall exhibitions at the university’s award-winning SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah include shows by Roxy Paine, Gisela Colón, Anna Park, Maria Nepomuceno, Seher Shah and Randhir Singh, Shi Jinsong, Allison Schulnik, and Johana Moscoso; as well as the two group exhibitions "Aaron Douglas: Sermons" and "The Dog Show".

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