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Telfair Museums presents Walking the Horizon, an #art912 exhibition of the late Savannah-based artist Bertha Husband (Scottish, 1948–2017) in tribute to her tremendous legacy in the art world, both in the United States and abroad.

Through the combination of narrative imagery and text, Husband made compelling works that always addressed broader issues of political and social concern. Husband traveled extensively, exhibited internationally, and was part of several artist collectives in her ongoing effort to show that art has the power to subvert and liberate.

This exhibition is organized by Telfair Museums and curated by Milutin Pavlovic.

About #art912

#art912 is an initiative dedicated to raising the visibility and promoting the vitality of artists living and working in Savannah through exhibition opportunities, public programs, and outreach.

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Curator’s Talk and Reception

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Event

Curator’s Talk and Reception

August 30, 2018 at 6pm Chatham Club
Milutin Pavlovic will present an opening discussion of the #art912 exhibition Walking the Horizon.
exhibition

Grounded

Jepson Center
This #art912 exhibition explores a resident alien’s journey through past and present experiences, influenced by the artist's upbringing in Mexico’s Ciudad Juaréz.
exhibition

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Jepson Center
This #art912 exhibition by Maggie Mullin-O'Hara incorporates the mediums of video, performance, photography, sculpture, and installation.
exhibition

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Jepson Center
This #art912 exhibition by Savannah-based artist Lisa D. Watson explores the encroach­ment of the constructed environment on the natural landscape.
exhibition

Source to Sea: Ansley West Rivers

Jepson Center
This #art912 exhibition focuses on Ansley West Rivers' Seven Rivers photographic series. Also on view will be large-scale and painterly maps of the seven rivers made using historic photographic processes such as cyanotype, palladium, and van dyke printing.
exhibition

The Journey is Mine: Chapter One

Jepson Center
This #art912 exhibition features the paintings of Savannah-based artist William Kwamena-Poh (B. 1960), which present scenes of his native Ghana, West Africa.
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