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The Jasper Galleries at Meridian Features Timely Portrait Exhibit on Race and Authenticity
Aptly titled Black and White, the show “came out of a desire to gain and promote a better understanding of people of different color.”
Since 2019, the Jasper Project has been showing art in the external gallery spaces of the Meridian Building in downtown Columbia as well as in the building’s lobby. In one of the first major exhibits since the start of COVID-19, the gallery is presenting a timely and poignant portrait show by Dalvin Spann and Lee Ann Kornegay.
The show features a collection of black and white portraits of everyday people in various poses and places. Aptly titled Black and White, the show “came out of a desireView more
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The photos are set up throughout the window that lines Washington Street.
In addition to the portrait exhibit, Bert Easter, Jasper board member and manager of the gallery, has refreshed the space by adding a couple new UofSC student pieces and an extraordinary pottery piece by Virginia Scotchie as well as moving a few current pieces around to give a fresh look.
The Jasper Galleries at Meridian is located at 1320 Main Street, and interested individuals can drop in or drive by Washington and Sumter Streets to see the art.