Wolf Kahn Exhibition

The Bo Bartlett Center will proudly feature 35 paintings by internationally renowned artist Wolf Kahn, October 1, 2019 through January 13, 2020. About Wolf Kahn Wolf Kahn (b. 1927, Stuttgart, Germany) immigrated to the United States in 1940. After settling in New York City, Kahn studied briefly with Stuart Davis before going on to study…
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Sketching Under the Skylight Exhibition

Sketching Under the Skylights started at the Bo Bartlett Center in February 2019. Being surrounded by Bo Bartlett’s fabulous, mammoth paintings is a source of inspiration to many, so we decided it would be wonderful to have a model and invite the public to come see us create and join in. This is a collection…
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Peers and Influences

This exhibition is a celebration of Bartlett’s peers, influences and inspirations, and was co-curated by Bartlett and Betsy Eby, marking the first time that many of these artists’ works have been exhibited in a contemporary art setting in the Southeast. Artists participating in the accompanying exhibition include: Steven Assael, Man Bartlett, Will Cotton, Vincent Desiderio,…
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Masters of Russian Realism from the Collection of Wayne Yakes

Masters of Russian Realism This exhibition brings together the work of four Soviet-born artists which span the communist and post-communist worlds. Trained in the exacting style of Soviet Realism that dominated the soviet art academies, each of these artists looked to the West to find a post-communist approach to contemporary realist painting. Drawing from modernism,…
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The Man in the Canoe: Works by Manning Williams

The Charleston, South Carolina artist Manning Williams earned a Bachelors Degree in English from the College of Charleston and a Masters Degree in Fine Arts from the Pennsylvania Academy of Mine Arts. While at the Academy he began forging a highly personal approach to realist painting, a style he continued for decades upon his return…
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Figure Drawings Over 40 Years: Works by Bruno Civitico

One of the most important artists of the Neoclassical Figurative revival movement, Bruno Civitico was born in northern Italy and emigrated to the United States as a teenager. He earned a BFA at Indiana University and Masters Degree of Fine Art at the Pratt Institute. He was visiting artist at Princeton University and a Professor…
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America on Paper: Selections from the Cochran Collection

Wesley Cochran began collecting in 1973 with the purchase of Romare Bearden’s The Family. Since then, he and his wife and collecting partner, Missy, have amassed a collection of several hundred artworks focused on African-American artists, Andy Warhol, and 20th-centruy graphics. Their collection, based in LaGrange, Georgia, has toured many American museums and university galleries….
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Works from the Center’s Permanent Collection

Works from the Sandy Bartlett Scarborough Collection of historically important paintings by Bo Bartlett features paintings and drawings executed by the artist between 1977-2019, currently on exhibition in the Scarborough Gallery.
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