“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 actors in blackface to scenes from porn films. It makes for a disorienting take on how race, sex, and class intersect on the golf bag, both itself a tool for carrying these histories and a symbol that can point more explicitly to the inequalities of labor and slavery (golf caddies).’


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Trophy, 2007 Raft of the Katrina (Green), 2006 Collaged Golf Bag
Trophy, 2007 –  Collaged Golf Bag



“March Madness” at Fort Gansevoort reviewed in Hyperallergic
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