The exhibit called “Here Now”, was on view in Fall and Winter of 2014 and featured approximately 65 pieces of art from more than 30 artists. Drawing work from six of Charleston’s premier galleries, “Here Now” was developed to unite both artists and art venues in the Lowcountry of SC, and to showcase the sense of solidarity among the Charleston art community.
The exhibition unfolded with a general theme: A cross section of the most talented and progressive artists that were currently exhibiting their work in Charleston. Visitors encountered images, objects, ideas, and living artists that were reshaping the direction of Charleston contemporary art. In the volume of space provided at 19 Vendue, selected artists from local galleries will present their best work, not medium specific.
Silver Vs. Gold
Ever since The Vendue reopened in May of 2014, owners Jon and Lisa Weitz have emphasized the hotel’s presence as a space for art of all kinds.View More
The Vendue’s third art exhibit, titled “Fluent”, is anchored by the theme of motion and fluidity, will present ideas, sculptures and paintings to the public.View More
Here NowThe exhibit called “Here Now”, was on view in Fall and Winter of 2014 and featured approximately 65 pieces of art from more than 30 artists.View More
Mitchell Hill at The Venue
A contemporary gallery and interior design firm found on Upper King Street, we strive to provide our viewers with an art experience unlike any other in Charleston.View More
The Buddha Chapel was the central room from an ambitious multimedia exhibition from artist John Duckworth entitled AWAKE.View More
Gallery RoomsAs the peninsula’s only hotel dedicated to the arts, in all forms, we pride ourselves on offering an overall sensory experience unlike any other in Charleston.View More
Best described as paintings from a camera, John Duckworth’s Landscape Abstracts evoke the sea, forest, marsh, and sky in rich bands of saturated color.View More
I See A Pattern
The “I See A Pattern” exhibition was a visual candy land of ideas, sculptures and paintings with the aim of propelling creativity in Charleston using the theme of pattern.View More