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Page 44 of 91 43 Photo by Patrick Schneider Photography Photo by Ellie Lacey INTIMATE GALLERIES Captivating contemporary art is featured at the Sonia and Isaac Luski Gallery , housed in the lobby of the Foundation for the Carolinas. View works by Italian glass master Lino Tagliapeitria flanked by pieces from Chuck Close, Dale Chihuly and Jon Kuhn. Part gallery, part studio and part community center, LaCa Projects , found in the burgeoning FreeMoreWest neighborhood, is a unique platform dedicated to the presentation and development of Latin American art and culture. Charlotte's SOZO Gallery is a showcase for contemporary and innovative visual art, featuring both emerging and established local and national artists. recognition with evocative exhibitions such as "AfriCOBRA Now: An Aesthetic Reflection" and "Question Bridge: Black Males". Find a close inspection of politics, economics, culture and race at the Levine Museum of the New South. This interactive history museum embraces post-Civil War Southern culture with engaging exhibitions. Art and community intersect at the McColl Center for Art + Innovation, an urban artists' center housing artists-in-residence from around the world. Established in Charlotte's historical former Associate Reformed Presbyte- rian Church, the McColl Center welcomes visitors to meet artists in their studios, engage in dialogue and explore creation first-hand. History has a home at The Charlotte Museum of History. Exhibits include a replica of the Native American paths that once intersected at Trade and Tryon streets, bringing settlers and trade into Charlotte. It's also home to the Hezekiah Alexander House, Mecklenburg County's oldest house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Mint Museum Uptown SOZO Gallery

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