The mission of the Sordoni Art Gallery is to encourage an appreciation of the arts and an understanding of its role in society through direct engagement with art. Our main focus is to present high-quality exhibitions, related programming, and publications in a wide range of media, topics, cultures, and time periods.
Working out of his studio in Belmont, North Carolina, artist Juan Logan continues to expand the reach of his art’s unyielding call for social responsibility. A retired University of North Carolina Professor, Logan’s installations, prints, and paintings are included in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and more. Through his many exhibitions and successful career, Juan has amassed a never-seen collection of works from his friends and sources of inspiration in the art world. Not only will this exhibition will be the first to share his many holdings by important artists from the 1970s to the present, it will also be the first time Logan presents his own work in dialogue with his collection. The exhibition will examine the role that Jasper Johns, Claes Oldenberg, Robert Motherwell, Thornton Dial, and more have played in Logan’s own practice as an artist and how collecting has informed his creative process.
Working out of his studio in Belmont, North Carolina, artist Juan Logan continues to expand the reach of his art’s unyielding call for social responsibility.
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The mission of the Sordoni Art Gallery is to encourage an appreciation of the arts and an understanding of its role in society through direct engagement with art.
Heather Sincavage, Director of the Sordoni Art Gallery, and Karley Stasko, Outreach Coordinator, are two creatives hyped up on coffee who can’t wait to tell you about the art world. Gallery Guide: Sordoni Artcast aims to dig deep into the artists, movements, inspirations and more that make shows at the Sordoni Art Gallery possible.
Heather M. Sincavage
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