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Chakaia Booker: Auspicious Behavior

January 6 – February 17, 2021

Lee Gallery

“Chakaia Booker: Auspicious Behavior” is an exhibition of prints and sculptures by NYC based sculptor Chakaia Booker. The exhibition features 19 one-of-a-kind prints and four sculptures utilizing rubber from recycled tires. Linking her creative pathways of sculpture and printmaking is a physically engaged process involving a dynamic activation of materials.


Banner depicting an animal skull on the ground."Natural History / Critical Condition"

January 27, 2020 – January 25, 2021

CAAH Dean’s Gallery

"Natural History/Critical Condition" Is a visual compendium of cautionary reflection. The artists included in the portfolio, present a reflection on the natural environment that unveils a growing list of environmental concerns facing humanity. The exhibition points to disruptions in our environment such as ocean acidification, global warming, declines of critical food chains species, melting glaciers, animal extinctions, plastic detritus, and deforestation.


Banner depicting an alligator skull and a pear.

"One Way of Seeing"

Photographs by Owen Riley

January 15 – July 15, 2020

M-F, 1-5pm

Brooks Center Lobby

Owen Riley Jr. is a Greenville, SC, based artist who uses photography to construct new ways of seeing both the precious and the everyday in life. His images are a commentary on the passage of time, decay, and the importance of love and memory. 


Banner image of pretty tough exhibition.


January 21 – March 5, 2020

Lee Gallery

In the current milieu of technological advance, information is distributed at an incessant pace and purposefully calculated for swift and continued re-consumption. “pretty /tough” examines the ways in which artists look beyond the facade to explore the by-products and effects of a globally connected world. Works in the exhibit investigate the seemingly traditional roles of nature, culture and the built environment but peer in from the edges defining alternative narratives to the conventional conditions of domestic, digital, economic and environmental histories.

 Banner depicting several artworks from the Dirt x Digital show."Dirt x Digital: A Southern Survey in Clay"     

August 26-October 17, 2019

Lee Gallery

CLEMSON –The Rudolph E. Lee Gallery at Clemson University is pleased to announce the opening of "Dirt x Digital: A Southern Survey in Clay" August 26 – October 17 in the Lee Gallery on the Clemson campus. "Dirt x Digital" showcases educators who integrate new technologies with traditional media in both their creative research and classrooms. The exhibition was curated by Valerie Zimany, Department of Art Chairperson and includes functional and sculptural works by Jeff Campana, Anna Calluori Holcombe, Taekyeom Lee, Shalya Marsh, Wade MacDonald, Matt Mitros, and Elaine Quave.


Banner image from the immatierial artifact exhibition."Immaterial Artifacts"     

August 26October 17, 2019

Lee Gallery

"Immaterial Artifacts" showcases ceramic sculpture, tile work and functional objects by Charlotte, NC ceramic artist, designer, and educator Thomas Schmidt.


Banner image depicting the Warhol show in the Lee Gallery. "Andy Warhol Portraits & The Everyday"   

January 22 - March 6, 2019

Lee Gallery

“Warhol: Portraits and the Everyday” showcases the artist’s practice through three distinct but related platforms: Polaroid portraits; black-and-white photographs; and his large, colorful, screen-printed portraits. By bringing these three creative pursuits together in one gallery, viewers will get a snapshot of Warhol’s fluid approach to art and life.

Image of a hand holding an iphone.

"Looking at the South"

February 14 - March 14, 2018

Lee Gallery

“Looking at the South: Photographs from the Do Good Fund”, is a collection of contemporary photography focused on southern life. Photographs in the exhibition were loaned to the Lee Gallery from the Do Good Fund located in Columbus Georgia.