Reorientation IV

Exhibit dates: January 21 – February 26, 2011

Redux Contemporary Art Center presented the 2011 REORIENTATION IV exhibition, a bi-annual juried show highlighting the work of Redux’s private studio, print shop and darkroom artists. During the opening reception, Redux also held an open studio session so that viewers could wander through all of the Redux studios both public and private.

For the bi-annual exhibition, Redux selected juror Marc Mitchell from Statesboro, GA. In addition to being a practicing artist, Mitchell is also the Gallery Director and Assistant Professor in the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art at Georgia Southern University. Mitchell received his MFA in Painting from Boston University. Mitchell’s work has been exhibited in numerous galleries nationally. During Mitchell’s trip to Charleston, he visited each of our studio artists to select works for the exhibition.

Redux is home to Charleston’s most creative artists. Housed within the Redux warehouse are 15 private artist studios, and the only public print shop and darkroom in Charleston. Over 30 artists use the facilities and equipment that Redux is able to provide the community. Each artist at Redux concentrates on developing a personal artistic vision. Redux’s exhibition program and events program makes for a resourceful location that has a supportive atmosphere where studio renters are constantly exposed to visiting artists, artist lectures and most importantly the ideas of their neighbors. This results in a creative momentum for everyone.

Current Redux Artists include: Camela Guevara, Conrad Guevara, Donna Chessborough, George Davis, Ivy Williams, Jane Ann Sweeny, Kaminer Haislip, Karin Olah, Kate Long Stevenson, Kadee Tailbird, Lindsay Windham, Liz Vaughan, Loni Lewis, Lulie Wallace, Marshall Thomas, Nate Phelps, Sally Benedict, Shannon Di, Tess Thomas, Tina Christophillis, Todd Anderson, Tommy Ozmore and Xin Lu.