Noted 2020-06-12T15:55:09+00:00

CHARLOTTE ARTIST MATTHEW STEELE BRINGS A NEW FACE TO PROVIDENCE ROAD

The 100 block of Providence Road is now an exhibition space for public art with the addition of new large scale wall sculpture, Santé, commissioned by Charlotte Skin and Laser from Charlotte-artist, Matthew Steele.

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Charlotte’s oldest art gallery

June 22nd, 2020|

Charlotte's oldest art gallery moves to a new South End space at the RailYard "Hodges Taylor, the venerable art gallery and consultancy that has reinvented itself many times over [...]

Black Lives Matter

June 11th, 2020|

Black Lives Matter Hodges Taylor stands against racism and believes that Black Lives Matter. We believe in the power of objects to communicate deep truths. That’s why it’s important [...]

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Fabricators Team Up to Help Out

March 24th, 2020|

Digital Fabricators Team Up to Help Out During this health crisis, digital fabricators around the world are teaming up to help produce medical equipment in low supply. [...]

GALLERY CRAWL FEBRUARY 7

February 2nd, 2020|

GALLERY CRAWL | FEBRUARY 2 We've extended our current exhibition, LEAH ROSENBERG: To Open Eyes through February 14 giving you two more weeks to see the kaleidoscope [...]

NEW SOUTH END LOCATION COMING THIS SUMMER

We will be moving to our new location at The RailYard building (1414 S. Tryon St.) in South End this summer. As a way to kick things off, we commissioned Chapel Hill-based artist, MARY CARTER TAUB, to create a site-specific installation on our future gallery facade.

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Photo by Lydia Bittner-Baird

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