The Sculptor's Voice
November 21, 2015 - February 20, 2016
Responding to popular demand, The Sculptor’s Voice, BRAHM’s first retrospective of contemporary sculpture, is being revisited and will reopen on November 21, 2015. This second look at the exhibition, guest curated by Bill Brown, Jr., will remain on view through February 20, 2016, and will feature one new additional work of art from each of our five exhibiting artists.
August 15 – November 14, 2015
The Sculptor’s Voice is BRAHM’s first retrospective of contemporary sculpture. Guest-curated by local artist Bill Brown, Jr., the exhibition showcases works by five leading and rising sculptors across the South, including John Acorn of Pendleton, SC; Rick Beck of Spruce Pine, NC; Tinka Jordy of Hillsboro, NC; Hanna Jubran of Grimesland, NC; and Corrina Sephora Mensoff of Atlanta, GA.
Throughout time, sculpture has been created from many different materials and processes, with broad approaches to the genre. The artists in this exhibition were selected for their diversity, exploration of materials, and mastery of process, as well as the individual strength of each sculptor’s voice.
Corrina Sephora Mensoff
Bill Brown Jr.