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Southern Arcana

Stephanie Howard

October 31 – January 11, 2020

Artist reception : Friday, November 8, 2019 6:30-8:30 PM

Laney Contemporary Fine Art presents Southern Arcana, a solo exhibition of recent pen and ink drawings, sculptures, and photo-based works by Stephanie Howard. In her first exhibition in Savannah in almost four years, Howard, based in Greenville, South Carolina, continues to be influenced by outsider and folk art practices, vintage photography, illustration, and embroidery, resulting in drawings so densely saturated with ink that they appear to be quilted onto the paper. Southern Arcana is an exhibition conceptually divided into two spaces of thought, inspired by Tarot cards which have been employed since the 15th century in many different cultures to divine the future. The Tarot deck is split into the Major Arcana, time in the past, and the Minor Arcana, time in the potential future. Howard’s work explores the Major Arcana by creating a fictitious narrative of the past composed of Rorschach-like drawings, “documentary” photographs, embroidered garments as “found objects,” and Polaroid images of masked female figures. The collection illustrates a fictitious tribe of Appalachian women which Howard describes as a “balancing force in contrast to powerful and horribly hate-filled southern, mask-wearing male organizations of the past. Ideally, this female tribe would have spanned generations and could balance the scales of feminine and masculine energy in a fictitious history, providing justice or witness to unchecked atrocities.”

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Curated by Melissa Messina and Lisa Jaye Young

August 15 – October 26, 2019

Artist reception & 2 Year Anniversary – September 19th, 2019 6:30-8:30

Artist Talk & Gallery Walk-Through – September 21st, 2019 11 am

Entanglements is an exhibition of recent work by three Savannah-based and three Atlanta-based artists whose formal and conceptual considerations are rooted in exploring complex social structures, relationships, and ecosystems. Working in a variety of media—painting, drawing, installation, and sculpture, including fibers and ceramics—each artist’s creative practice tracks, teases out, intuits, or otherwise systematizes observations about order and disorder, and perhaps all of the entanglements in between. Their formal decisions serve as conceptual metaphors for the tensions that can be found embedded, or deeply layered, within ourselves, our habits and practices, our cultural assumptions and interactions with others, and our interconnected relationship with the natural environment.

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May 22, 2019 – August 10, 2019

Reception – May 23rd, 2019, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Mid Summer’s Night w/ Aint–Bad – July 25th, 2019 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Panel Discussion – August 9th, 2019 6:00 pm

Laney Contemporary Fine Art is attentive to the medium of photography in its historical and emergent practices. From the gallery’s inception photographer Jack Leigh’s work has been at the heart of the gallery and its celebration of Savannah and surrounds. Collaborations with community artists, curators, guest speakers, filmmakers, and even local chefs is an important component of the gallery’s growing connectivity. As a part of this effort, Laney Contemporary is pleased to announce Aint–Bad: Collaborations, an exhibition co-curated with Aint–Bad, an Independent Publisher of New Photographic Art. Aint–Bad is a Savannah-based, but internationally situated, publisher and online platform, with magazines and monographs published annually, including photographers from all over the world and with an infinite spectrum of content.

Please join us on Friday, August 9th for a closing event / book signing & sale with Aint–Bad & artist Ansley West Rivers 4-7pm

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Katherine Sandoz

Vernonburg: A March Survey

March 5 – May 18, 2019

Reception – March 14th, 2019, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Artist Talk – May 2nd, 6 pm

Laney Contemporary is pleased to announce a new series by artist katherine sandoz entitled VERNONBURG. Sandoz pays homage to the Georgia community where she has lived and worked since 2004.

In this exhibition a dozen large-scale paintings seem to weave one into the next with a diorama-effect encouraging the viewer to experience this variegated low country, rural neighborhood located just south of Savannah, which is a tapestry of field, forest, swamp, river and marsh. Small-scale paintings developed alongside the larger ventures re-explore observations of the same abstracted vistas such as morning glories at the bluff, azaleas, cassia and wisteria blooms. Painted over the last year, the survey of the neighborhood is that of geography, flora, seasonal shifts, weather conditions, and the subtlety of light transitions on a given day. A number of the works document flowers that neighbors have gifted as reference for future paintings now realized.

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Shea Slemmer

Cooling Effect

January 31, 2019 – March 2, 2019

Reception – January 31, 2019, 6:30 – 8:30

Laney Contemporary is pleased to announce Cooling Effect, a solo exhibition by artist Shea Slemmer.

Each large-scale, square-format oil painting reveals a complex material and emotional journey, employing gravity, dripping, textured layering, brushwork, mark-making, and intention. Slemmer has had a studio in Brooklyn and Savannah for the past year, all the while traveling frequently by car to rural art-world destination Marfa, Texas, her new studio-home beginning in 2019. Located in the high desert of west Texas near Big Bend National Park, the artist’s new desert landscape finds a meeting point in her work with the southeastern distant vistas of the Georgia Low Country. These long-stretching, big sky, liminal spaces of transition can be felt in her compositions, as if merging east and west through the shared, abstracted openness of the two. Each vignette-like vision of space reveals a kind of facing forward, addressing a literal and symbolic open sky and fresh landscape, abstractions of place and transition absorbed into each composition. Slemmer notes that her process is often about painting with elements of control and planned openness or lack of control. “It is like a partnership with another entity, in this case with the horizon.”

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November 16, 2018 – January 26, 2019

Reception – November 16, 2018, 6:30 – 8:30

Artist Talk – January 24, 2019, 6

Laney Contemporary is excited to present Look! I’m Over There, an exhibition of new work by artist Marcus Kenney. This is Kenney’s first solo-exhibition in Savannah in over five years.

Through his alchemistic logic of combining seemingly random materials, such as neon, fishing nets, pitchforks, and rope, Look! I’m Over There is an installation of sculptures that expand Kenney’s visual language past the narrative collage and mystical taxidermy creatures for which he is recognized.

The use of material objects that once signified something specific, even functional in the past, have acquired new meanings in the present. Likening this new body of work to poems, the individual pieces give contemplation to the ideas of time, memories, and loss and also offer glimpses of hope. This body of work channels an imperative tone that not only asks, but directs the viewer to consider multiple perspectives, just as the title suggests.

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In the Present: Five Decades

Curated by Susan Laney & Storm Janse van Rensburg

SCAD Museum of Art

September 20 – January 13, 2018

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “In the Present: Five Decades” by veteran photographer Elaine Mayes, exploring works that span 50 years of her career. The exhibition includes iconic works from the 1960s and ‘70s as well as mines lesser-known aspects of her practice to consider in relation to recent work. The curatorial framework centers on Mayes’ broader philosophy surrounding image making, which stems from her immersion in the moment and in producing imagery with a visual vocabulary that stands the test of time.

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Will Penny

en plein air

September 11 – November 10, 2018

Reception – September 13, 2018, 6:30 – 8:30

Gallery Talk – October 18, 2018, 6:00

Laney Contemporary presents en plein air, a solo exhibition by artist Will Penny. Informed by a studio practice that transcends medium and its borders, Penny works with generative design in connection with painting, sculpture, and animation for this new body of work about the experience of perception itself.

en plein air, commonly translated as outdoors or painting outside, explores a kind of virtual sublime. While the sublime as an experience may be impossible to replicate, the human desire to re-create speechless awe or wonder remains intact as an artistic goal. Penny experiments with a hybridized practice inspired by painting while leaving no digital stone unturned. The artist recognizes that a search for the sublime or a deepening experience with the act of perception is a journey rather than a finish line. His practice, rather than professing, intuits the importance of questioning, of research and development, all as part of an experimental studio dynamic.

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The Light, The Heat: Summer in The South

June 14 – extended to September 5, 2018

Reception – August 23, 2018, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Laney Contemporary presents The Light, The Heat: Summer in The South, a photography exhibition of Savannah and surrounding areas by Jack Leigh.

The Low Country each summer promises sweltering heat rising off of wet afternoon pavement, but it also declares revelatory, luminous vistas. Claustrophobic and yet inexhaustibly brilliant, the Savannah region is bathed in a light as sultry as it is saturated.   

The late photographer Jack Leigh remains practically synonymous with Savannah regional landscapes as he captured its midnight in the garden along with an aura of timelessness in the place that he called home from 1948 until 2004. Laney Contemporary Fine Art has become itself practically synonymous with Jack Leigh, as Susan Laney, a long-time assistant to Leigh and director of the Jack Leigh Gallery, has been representing and maintaining his estate since his untimely passing. The Light, The Heat not only celebrates Leigh’s acute and romantic sensitivity to light, key to the best photography, but it also announces Laney Contemporary’s expansion into a new, downstairs gallery space fully dedicated to photography and to works on paper with a year-round viewing space for Jack Leigh’s photography. The expansion will allow access to the works of Jack Leigh year-round, while also presenting other photographers.

Leigh’s project of defining “the South,” but especially The Low Country, as familial, hard-working, melancholy, and location-specific was in the vein of peers such as William Christenberry and William Eggleston, though Leigh’s aesthetic remained black & white, focused on the mood and tonal charm of the mundane, the marshlands, fishing villages and roadside towns.

A Savannah native and graduate of The University of Georgia, Leigh left to photograph the world only to return and discover that “there was something distinctly different about the images I made while I was home.” He spoke of his image entitled Savannah Saw Works (1977), saying that he “wanted viewers to feel the heat of the day” as the circular saw advertisements on a hand-painted billboard echo the circular spokes of a pedestrian’s open umbrella, as she ambles along seeking even the most scant relief from the dizzying mid-day heat. The exhibition consists of photographs ranging from urban Savannah streets to life along the 250-mile Ogeechee River. In this refreshing selection of Leigh images marking the inauguration of a new Savannah home space for his work, home is where the heat is.


Kevin Cooley: Smoke & Mirrors

April 26 – June 9, 2018

Reception – April 26, 2018, 7 – 8:30 pm

Laney Contemporary introduces Smoke & Mirrors an immersive video installation by Los Angeles based artist Kevin Cooley.

A time-based multimedia installation, Smoke & Mirrors physically manifests a frequent, and recurring, political dialogue taking place on Twitter. Each time a tweet containing the term ‘smoke and mirrors’ is posted online, billowing clouds of fog immediately stream through the gallery’s darkened and mirrored environment, obscuring one’s ability to see across the room. Appearing as white projected letters, the text of these tweets float nebulously through the air onto the mist while also reflecting onto the surrounding mirrors. Lingering for a moment until dissipating into obscurity, this action repeats dozens of times an hour on average, mimicking the short-lived relevance of any singular tweet among the 350 million that are posted every day.

The hashtag #smokeandmirrors is most often used as an expression of horror, dissatisfaction, and skepticism of the current state of American political affairs, and the work’s implicit connection to the political realm is further elevated by the room’s alleged political history. Built by the original owner as a private entertaining space, this unique mirrored room was reportedly used by Jesse Jackson’s campaign during his presidential bids.

As the tweets build up over the day, highlighting Twitter’s collective, yet largely invisible presence, the room becomes increasingly murky and mysterious. The piece provides a visualization of social media’s power to connect us, while also underlining the increasing difficulty in distinguishing truth and relevance in the online world.

In addition to Cooley’s installation, Laney Contemporary will exhibit six related photographs. These images of caves, explosion craters, and smoke columns highlight dark undertones in the current state of our environmental and political affairs.

Cooley (b. 1975 Los Angeles) is a multi-disciplinary artist using photography, video, and installation, he creates frameworks through which to observe experimental and performative gestures to decipher our complex, evolving relationships to nature, to technology, and ultimately to each other. His photographic series Nachtfluge is currently on view at Portland International Airport, and At Light’s Edge is prominently featured in the most recent issue of Aesthetica Magazine. His work is in the permanent collections of The Guggenheim Museum, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 21c Museum, The Nelson-Atkins Museum and The Museum of Photographic Arts.

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Todd Schroeder: TRANCE

April 26 – June 9, 2018

Reception – April 26, 2018, 7 – 8:30 pm

Artist Talk – May 26, 2018, 11 am

Laney Contemporary is pleased to present TRANCE by Todd Schroeder.

Schroeder’s exhibition comments on the paradoxical desire to escape our current political climate while also trying to mend it. His large and eye-altering canvases push the viewer to continuously find a new place to observe. The text, which Schroeder blows onto a gridded canvas using an atomizer tool, is just slightly out of focus representing the difficulty to see the unity of things.

Opposing the canvases are his New York Times series paintings which use the weekly Sunday New York Times as substrate. Newspapers are vessels of the everyday. They are constantly delivering news to the masses, and Schroeder presents select pages to the viewer with layered grid patterned dots created by atomized acrylic paint.

“It has a physical effect on me: blow, move, find (the spot), blow, move, find, blow, move, find – there is a rhythm. I don’t touch the surface when I paint the dots. I puncture to find the grid, and I fold and crease often during the process, but the dot making is hands off. The dots make the language – the language of paint and material – of grid and pattern, but also shared and readable language, a text. The dots are parts of letterforms, think LED and highway CAUTION signs.”

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Betsy Cain: Saturation

March 14 – April 21, 2018

Reception – March 22, 2018, 7 – 8:30 pm

Artist Studio Visit – April 15, 2018, 3 – 7 pm

Closing Artist Talk – April 19, 2018, 6 pm

Laney Contemporary presents saturation, an immersive exhibition by artist Betsy Cain.

This solo exhibition will showcase her new series of drip figures and mossheads, large-scale abstract landscapes and figurative works which saturate the viewer with the feeling of the south.

Highlighting Cain’s uncanny ability to create a diverse range of works in a manner of her own style, through various expressions and a wide variety of media, the vision is purely Cain’s.

Based in Savannah for over thirty-five years, Cain draws inspiration from her southern surroundings of salt marsh, live oaks, spanish moss, and the almost visible humidity in the air.

“My work is a saturation of pigment and the visual field. Painting isn’t thinking, it’s mind/body flow and a channeling of spirit.”

Heavily rooted in abstractions with a figurative undertone, her paintings permeate the viewing plane. The large strokes and gestural motions create a meditative and pneumatic state for the viewer. The movement in Cain’s work speaks to the ebb and flow of the tidal waters in Savannah and her relationship with the salt marsh.

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Ansley West Rivers: Seven Rivers

January 24 – March 10, 2018

Reception – February, 15, 2018, 7 – 8:30 pm

Artist Talk – February 24, 2018, 2 – 3 pm

Laney Contemporary presents Seven Rivers, a solo exhibition by photographer Ansley West Rivers. Beginning the project in 2013, she travels by raft, canoe, drift boat, foot, and car to photograph the Colorado, Missouri/Mississippi, Columbia, Rio Grande, Tuolumne, Altamaha, and Hudson Rivers. Rivers depicts images that are simultaneously beautiful and haunting in an attempt to challenge the viewer’s perspective on the landscapes that sustain us. The rivers have embedded themselves into her being, shaping her role as a mother, wife, and artist.

“We stand at a precipice in the history of water. How we approach the health and use of our rivers now will determine the lifespan of freshwater.”

Through photography, Rivers bears witness to the state of water now, as time is pertinent to understanding the effects of change.

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Eny Lee Parker: First Hand

January 18 – 20, 2018

Reception: January 18th, 7 – 9 pm

As today’s consuming culture continues to prioritize comfort and convenience, we no longer notice the corners of our spaces, nor do we appreciate the fragility of things. This newest collection by ceramist and furniture designer Eny Lee Parker brings emphasis to furniture, not only in the conception of space, but in living. Parker reclaims the essence of making used in traditional craft from our past – the slowness, the intention, the respect for natural resources, creating a contemporary collection that brings awareness to our presence as well as to non-living things. The purpose of her designs is to echo humanity in character, emotions, and physicality through using traditional methods of fabrication in a contemporary setting.

Eny graduated with a BFA in Interior Design from Savannah College of Art and Design and is working towards her MFA in Furniture Design. She was recently featured in New York Times’ Style Magazine and is an honoree of the American Design Hot List, selected by Sight Unseen.

Parker has exhibited in several group shows including SCAD Gutstein Gallery and Pei Ling Chan Gallery (Savannah, GA). She has also participated in numerous design fairs such as the International Contemporary Furniture Fair for the past three years, Wanted Design in 2014 and 2015, Form & Seek (Milan Design Week) in 2017, and Sight Unseen (offsite) in 2017. Her designs have been reviewed in Architectural Digest, Sight Unseen, T Magazine, Cultured Magazine, Design Milk, Refinery29, among others.

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Grand Opening Exhibition

September 28, 2017 – January 13, 2018

Laney Contemporary Fine Art is excited to announce our grand opening September 28, 2017.

The exhibition features works by acclaimed contemporary artists Katherine Sandoz, Betsy Cain, Marcus Kenney, Todd Schroeder, Pamela Wiley, Stephanie Howard, Benjamin Jones, and Will Penny, in addition to showcasing select photographs by Jack Leigh.

Penny will create a site-specific, video projection mapping installation in the green space in front of the gallery.

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The Spirit of The Place

High Museum of Atlanta
March 4, 2017 – June 11, 2017

The Spirit of the Place: Photographs by Jack Leigh showcases the lyrical work of celebrated Savannah photographer Jack Leigh (American, 1948–2004). Leigh was among a generation of Southern photographers that came of age in the 1970s, including William Christenberry and William Eggleston, whose work focused on the subtle beauty found in ordinary and out of the way subjects of the American South.

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Now the Once

Curated by Susan Laney
SCAD Pinnacle Gallery
September 30, 2016 – February 26, 2017

The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) presents “Now The Once,” a solo exhibition by SCAD Faculty Emerita Pamela Wiley. The exhibition showcases Wiley’s latest body of work which transcends the boundaries of traditional quiltmaking. Employing the language of textiles as form and process, these works are dimensionally stitched drawings, where linear planes dissolve and negative spaces resonate from the surface, inviting us to consider the power of the line and its impact on perception.

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Edge to Edge

Featuring the work of multiple Laney Contemporary artists
Curated by Chip Simone
September 3 – December 3, 2016

This fall The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia will exhibit “Edge to Edge”, the first ever state-wide survey of contemporary Georgia photography. The work that has been selected for “Edge to Edge” was chosen for its visual strength, expressive sophistication, and technical artistry. As such the exhibition will serve as a testament to the power of photography itself.

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Unseen Patterns

Curated by Susan Laney
Westobou Festival
September 28 – November 18, 2016

Curated by Susan Laney of Laney Contemporary (Savannah), Unseen Patterns is a large-scale, site-specific installation stretching throughout the Westobou Gallery. Wyszomirska’s work reflects the effects of climate change: freak winter storms, extreme weather changes and highly fluctuating temperatures. It is based on aerial maps of the Savannah River and satellite imagery of weather patterns of the Chesapeake Bay. With the use of software, Wyszomirska turns this visual data into patterns which are then cut into a wide array of shapes. From there, she paints the layers of information embedded within their shapes and contours to create fluid, open compositions in which suspended forms of felt and Mylar seem to defy gravity.

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Kevin Cooley: ‘High Water Mark’

Curated by Susan Laney
SCAD Trois Gallery
August 12 – September 23, 2016

The Savannah College of Art and Design presents “High Water Mark,” the latest artwork by Los Angeles-based artist, Kevin Cooley. This immersive installation, created with the support of the university, explores the confluence of demands on our most precious resource — water — in the legendary Western landscapes of lakes Powell and Havasu. Both reservoirs tame the Colorado River to create a reliable water supply for millions of people throughout the Southwest while simultaneously offering “unparalleled opportunities for water-based recreation,” according to the National Park Service.

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Curated by Susan Laney
June 21 – August 14, 2016

“Aint–Bad: Vision to Reality” highlights the publisher’s thoughtfully curated editions, exploring the organization’s development from a singular vision and idea at its 2011 inception to the impressive brand it is today. The exhibition includes a selection of photographic works by SCAD alumni who have been profiled by Aint–Bad, as well as publications produced by the brand in the last five years.

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Curated by Susan Laney
April 26 – June 19, 2016

“Time and Place and Eternity,” an exhibition by SCAD alumna Stephanie Howard (B.F.A. painting) depicts an invented mythology of the South in intricate pen and ink renderings of human and animal characters and the dreamlike world they occupy. Howard synthesizes modern and imagined folklore heavily influenced by literary artists such as William Faulkner and Flannery O’Connor, as well as her artistic family, including Rev. Oliver Howard.

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December 4, 2015 – May 8, 2016

The Jepson Center for the Arts, designed by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie, opened on March 10, 2006, after years of dedicated planning. Safdie envisioned a building that would both reflect “a new spirit which speaks of the openness that contemporary society aspires to,” as well as maintain the historical integrity of the urban architecture of Savannah. Now, after nearly a decade, the Jepson Center continues to fulfill its role as a cultural icon within our city, playing host to educational programs, traveling exhibitions, and an expanding collection of modern and contemporary art.

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Curated by Susan Laney
SCAD Alexander Hall Gallery
January 29 – February 20, 2016

“Persona” is an exhibition of exceptional recent work created by SCAD Atlanta and Savannah graduate and undergraduate photography students and recent alumni. With more than 75 photographic works on view, “Persona” demonstrates the talent, personal vision and point of view that characterize these SCAD student photographers. The exhibition features inventive and expressive approaches to portraiture, including cyanotypes, camera obscura, mixed media photo collage, multiple exposure and artist’s books, along with digital color photography, video installation and black and white prints.

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Curated by Susan Laney
Westobou Festival
September 30 – November 20, 2015

Story Line: Wiley, Howard and Moneyhun, brings together three artists working in very specific – and very different – media to the new Westobou Gallery in downtown Augusta. Curated by Susan Laney of Laney Contemporary, this exhibition explores social, mythical and cultural themes connected by that most foundational of artistic ideas – the line. Pam Wiley’s work explores ideas of family, heritage and her Low Country environs through textiles. A storyteller from the folk art tradition, Stephanie Howard’s elaborate line drawings illustrate her view of Southern heritage. Hiromi Moneyhun creates complex hand-cut paper works, adding an element of subtle dimension to her line-driven pieces.

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Curated by Susan Laney
Westobou Festival
October 1 – 5, 2014

CURRENTS brings Savannah to Augusta by way of the river between them. The show’s seven artists exhibit under the same roof for the first time. Banded together by the historic city they call home, they have also all graduated with degrees in various disciplines from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Many are former or current staff or faculty members serving at the same university. They are additionally linked by their shared and distinct talents as well as by their experience and analysis of the Lowcountry. Savannah’s history, traditions and people inform these artist’s practices.

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Curated by Susan Laney
July 15 – October 2, 2014

“Jack Leigh: Full Circle, Low Country Photographs, 1972-2004,” is the first museum survey of work by the acclaimed Savannah, Georgia-based photographer since his passing 10 years ago. In addition to exploring Leigh’s documentation of low country terrain and traditions, the exhibition traces distinct threads of influence in Jack Leigh’s career — from works by mid-20th-century artists who inspired him to works by contemporary artists influenced by his indelible legacy.

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Curated by Susan Laney
Whitney Gallery
June 6 – 29, 2013

Form: Figurative Works, showcases narrative compositions by eight contemporary painters and photographers. The group show marks the first curated exhibition resulting from an ongoing collaboration between Susan Laney of Laney Contemporary and June Stratton of Whitney Gallery.

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Curated by Susan Laney
Oglethorpe Gallery
November 16 – 22, 2011

A renowned local artist, Makover will exhibit never-before-seen mixed media photo encaustics that center around this small Georgia town, rich with Civil War and Civil Rights history. Midway is an autobiographical, coming of age exhibition that juxtaposes the death of Makover’s father with the birth of her children.

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Curated by Susan Laney
Oglethorpe Gallery
February 19 – 27, 2010

Featuring works by: Steve Bliss, Lisa M. Robinson, Craig Stevens, Julio Garcis, Daniel E. Smith, Sal Lopes, Juliana Peloso, Katherine Hoelscher, Katherine Sandoz, Pete Christman, Ken Rosenthal.

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