A new commission completed at The Bridge, Noyac, NY

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

“March Madness” at Fort Gansevoort reviewed in Hyperallergic

“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

‘Front Line, Back Nine’ exhibition catalog now available.

  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 slopez@bocamuseum.org or 561.392.2500 ext.101) or through my website.  The catalog is just $20.00 (includes shipping) and

“Event Horizon” opens at Lesley Heller Workspace Sunday April 10th. Curated by Cullen Washington, Jr.

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!

March Madness on Artnet.com

‘March Madness’, a group exhibition curated by Hank Willis Thomas and Adam Shopkorn, opens at Fort Gansevoort Friday March 18th from 6-9p.  Click here to link to Brian Boucher’s article on the show.  The show features 44 works by 28

The Lynch Bag to be included in solo Museum exhibition

Charles McGill’s original collage-affected golf bag will be featured in his first major museum exhibition, Charles McGill: Front Line, Back Nine at The Boca Raton Museum of Art in Florida which opens April 20th. Essayist and artist Joe Lewis describes

‘March Madness’ at Fort Gansevoort

Here’s the press release for a group show… in which my work will appear at Fort Gansevoort, curated by Adam Shopkorn and Hank Willis Thomas.  The opening is Friday, March 18th.  Artists include the works of  Gordan Parks, Michael  Ray

Installation shots from ‘Territories’ at Pavel Zoubok, April 2015

The ‘Territories’ exhibition at Pavel Zoubok Gallery, NYC was the second solo exhibition of the work since joining the gallery  in 2012.  This critically well-received exhibition represented work that that began to acknowledge influences such as Picasso, Johns, Bontecou and

Charles McGill: SHAMAN – Press release March 2013

PRESS RELEASE Pavel Zoubok Gallery – Artist Page – SHAMAN Exhibition March 28 – April 27, 2013 Pavel Zoubok Gallery is pleased to invite you to an exhibition in Gallery 1 by multidisciplinary artist and golf aficionado CHARLES McGILL, whose

Shaman opening at Pavel Zoubok Gallery, March 2013

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