Here is what visitors to the BMCC website see if they search for my name. It is an abbreviated yet comprehensive view of my professional and academic activity over the years.
Here is an interview for the #ShadesofCulture campaign buy the Cultural Council of The Palm Beaches. The interview took place at The Boca Raton Museum of Art during my exhibition, Front Line, Back Nine which ran from April to July
Work began on Friday the 16th of September on what owner of The Bridge, Robert Rubin, affectionately referred to as, ‘Don King’. This simple yet profound piece is made from found persimmon head golf clubs and old forged clubs from
The Press Box will be hosting an interview with me this Sunday, May 29th at 9:30 am est. The hosts, Judd Spicer and Matt McKay will be talking about ‘Sports and Society’ and how my work speaks to the issue
“Trophy” piece, one of three of my pieces in the exhibition, gets high praise from writer, Tara Sheena, ‘Charles McGill’s “Trophy” is a golf bag pasted with a slew of connotative iconography: everything from images of 1940s pin-up girls to
At 12:12 see Charles McGill’s interview in his studio
The catalog for the exhibition at The Boca Raton Museum of Art is available for purchase through the museum (to purchase contact Stephanie López at firstname.lastname@example.org or 561.392.2500 ext.101) or through my website. The catalog is just $20.00 (includes shipping) and
Hope to see you at the opening of the show featuring works from Valerie Piraino Mitchell Squire and Charles McGill. Come to the lower east side on Sunday April 10th from 6-8p. 54 Orchard Street. Hope to see you!
Here is a nice review of the March Madness exhibition at For Gansevoort. I don’t know the site or the writer but I like what they have to say.
I am thrilled to have my work acquired by the permanent collection at the Virginia Museum of Fine Art but even more thrilled to have read their official announcement on their website. Here it is along with the other artists