Without Regard to Sex, Race or Color

By Andrew Feiler

City Gallery

On view August 23 through October 6

Photographer Andrew Feiler is a fifth generation Georgian who was raised Jewish in Savannah. His experience as a minority in the South influences his work which has won numerous awards and been featured in museums, galleries, magazines, and newspapers. The artist brings his upbringing to bear in Without Regard to Sex, Race, or Color, a photographic study of Morris Brown College. Feiler’s work documents this era and expose the inequity of the fact that while roughly one hundred HBCUs that remain are a mere 3% of colleges in America, they represent more than 10% of African Americans who go to college and more than 25% who earn degrees.

City Gallery provides access to the visual arts for everyone in Charleston, visitors and residents alike, by offering exhibits that are all admission-free. City Gallery is located at 34 Prioleau St. in downtown Charleston, and gallery hours of operation are 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday as well as 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The gallery will be closed July 4. For more information and holiday closures, visit www.charleston-sc.gov/citygallery or call 843-958-6484.


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