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Zane Logan’s photography showcases an honest account of his time spent with a parent who is no longer able to care for themselves. As the Associate Professor of Art, and Academic Program Director at Greenville Technical College, Logan will present Fragments in the Milliken Art Gallery in November of 2018. The photographs are cathartic and allowed for “breaks” from the confinement Logan’s mother’s small living space, providing a catalyst for alone time. Over time, the images have become metaphors that both reflect the mood of each day and serve as a keepsake of their time together.
Logan earned his BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design and his MFA from Clemson University. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States in both solo and group shows, including at the Columbia Museum of Art, the Riverworks Gallery, the Redux Contemporary Art Center, and the PhotoPlace Gallery, amongst others. He is currently the Southeast chapter chair for the Society for Photographic Education, and lives in Inman, South Carolina.
Fragments will run from November 1-25, 2018. Logan will present a Gallery Talk on November 1st at 6:00pm in the gallery followed by a reception from 6:30-8:00pm.
The exhibition is located in the Milliken Art Gallery and is free of charge. Gallery hours are Sunday – Thursday 2:00-5:00pm. The Gallery is closed during school holidays.