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{Pg. 112} Charles McGill: Front Line, Back Nine

The first major museum exhibition featuring works by Charles McGill explores his fascination with the subject and objects of golf, and provides a thought provoking means for us to examine race and social differences in our community. Included are golf bags adorned with collages of imagery of black history and popular culture from the artist’s “Baggage” series; golf bags dissected and manipulated into soft sculpture constructions in his “Skinned” series; and works created for McGill’s performance projects, including his golf pro “alter ego,” Arthur Negro; and ironic line of sporting equipment, “Club Negro.”

Click HERE to read all about it in the Spring 2016 edition of On View Magazine.