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August 21: Moving Parts

by Daniel A. Brown, Charleston City Paper  Each year, Redux presents eight exhibits that highlight emerging artists on the contemporary visual arts scene. With their forthcoming exhibit, Moving Parts, the state-of-the-art exhibition space hopes to maintain that level aesthetic quality while drawing in crowds seeking captivating and engaging art. Moving Parts features new works by Eames …

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July 18: Kate MacNeil’s Redux show confronts the aftermath of trauma

by Connelly Hardaway, Charleston City Paper What does it mean to remain? Who are we after the storm, after the love affair, after the political upset? After the defining moment, what defines us? Kate MacNeil, College of Charleston grad and former studio artist at Redux, wants to look at what’s left behind. In her latest …

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May 30: Redux’s director steers the arts organization in new directions

by Vincent Harris, Charleston City Paper Cara Leepson, the executive director of Redux Contemporary Art Center, describes the upcoming develop > stop > fix exhibit, which will feature work by the studio’s seven resident photographers, as the potential launching point for a new annual exhibition. Ideally, each year, Leepson will choose a medium, be it painting or …

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April 20: Redux repurposes underutilized space with Gallery 1056

by Will Allen, Charleston City Paper In February of 2018, the Redux Contemporary Art Center repurposed an underutilized space and started a new initiative to encourage and inspire their artists: Gallery 1056. Gallery 1056 presents the work of one or more Redux Studio Artists, and is curated by their fellow Redux Studio Artists. Redux’s Executive …

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Jan 17: Redux’s new executive director has big plans for the 15-year-old arts organization

by Connelly Hardaway, Charleston City Paper “It’s a new era for Redux,” says Cara Leepson, who took over as Redux’s executive director last month. Leepson follows interim director Beth Kerrigan, and former executive director Stacy Huggins Geist, who stepped down from the position last April. We’re sitting in the front of Redux’s King Street space, …

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