January Issue 2002
eyespy Opens at Charleston, SC's, Fountain Walk Development
A new art gallery has opened at Charleston, SC's Fountain Walk, located behind the Imax theatre and next to the SC Aquarium on the Cooper River. eyespy is an art gallery by day and performance space by night. Music, film, dance, theatre and just about anything else will inhabit the space between its walls.
"eyespy is limited only by the creativity of those within it. It is born out of a blind faith in that creativity," says Kristen Rhodes, gallery owner, adding. "I hope it inspires the artists of Charleston to think about ways in which to utilize an open space."
eyespy will open a new exhibition on the first Friday of every month, featuring mostly local and regional artists. On Jan. 4, eyespy presents the exhibition, Yield, featuring recent works by Loren Schwerd. The work was recently exhibited at the "Accessibility" show in Sumter, SC. The exhibition continues through Jan. 29, 2002.
Schwerd is a teacher at the College of Charleston,
and has previously shown at the Halsey Gallery at the College
and at the City Gallery of the City of Charleston.
A sound installation by Los Angeles artist Richard Thorne entitled, Suspension Almanac (crossing), will complement Schwerd's sculptures.
For further information check our SC Commercial Gallery listings or call the gallery at 843/276-1609.
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