February 5: Louisiana-based artist collective Luminous Lookout sets up at Redux

by Melissa Hayes, Charleston City Paper Southern Louisiana’s salt marsh veined landscape, complex history, and distinctive culture is familiar to the Lowcountry. You’ll recognize these influences, along with broader social narratives, in the works of Luminous Lookout, a Southern Louisiana-based artist collective who will be exhibiting at Redux through March 21. The collective is comprised …

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October 26: 6 Influential Arts Organizations In The Carolinas

Text Validated by Ezvid Wiki Editorial A source of inspiration, communication, and change, art is a critical part of society that has the power to transcend geographical boundaries. Despite this, it doesn’t always reach people equally or consistently, leaving many populations creatively and aesthetically underserved. Fortunately, there are plenty of impassioned organizations devoted to overcoming …

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September 24: Redux, Charleston Arts Festival, and Charleston Mag present new exhibition, “Above the Radar”

by Matt Woodhull, Charleston City Paper The exhibition will feature 16 of the local artists from the ’06 and ’11 Under the Radar exhibits, also presented by Charleston Mag. Their works will demonstrate the breadth of growth in their careers since presenting their work at the City Gallery, highlighting the launch of their careers. Image …

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September 10: Redux partnering with CofC on rotating sculpture garden in Wagener Terrace

by Connelley Hardaway for the Charleston City Paper If you’ve driven down Grove Street recently you may have noticed a house that stands out. In a sea of quaint bungalows, single houses, and ranchers, there’s one house that stands in stark contrast to traditional Charleston design, featuring metal siding and large, reflective glass windows. The …

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July 30: ‘I won’t be judged by my cat art’: Charleston exhibit explores female identity

by Kalyn Oyer, The Post and Courier An over-sized ceramic foot with red nail polish, covered in shiny mosquito bites sat elevated in the middle of the white-walled gallery.  The piece — titled “Sweet Blood” — begins a discussion of what the new art exhibit at Charleston’s Redux Contemporary Art Center represents. Its message? A Southern …

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July 26: Charlotte artists Grace Stott and HNin Nie debut Me and My Girlfriend at Redux on Friday

by Mike Schoeffel, Charleston City Paper The individual works of Charlotte-based artists Grace Stott and HNin Nie can be tidily summed up as “subversively cute.” Stott points this out less than a week before her tandem show, Me and My Girlfriend, opens at Redux Contemporary Art Center on Fri. July 26. The exhibition, which runs …

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May 17: ‘It’s art activism’: Charleston artists gather at Calhoun monument, urge its removal

by Mikaela Porter The Post and Courier Calling for the removal of the controversial John C. Calhoun monument in Marion Square, Charleston area activists gathered at its base Thursday night to sing and speak of ongoing racial disparity. The event attracted more than 100 people and was part of a national movement to bring down …

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May 15: The Make It Right Project cultivates community in the shadow of Confederate monuments

by Vincent Harris, Charleston City Paper Kali Holloway has devoted much of her life to journalism, covering politics, race, gender issues and many other topics for AlterNet, Salon, the Guardian, TIME, the Huffington Post, the National Memo, and others. And while doing that work, she repeatedly found groups all over the country, whether they were …

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