- Traces of the Past: Segregation at the Fox Theatre
- Identity Concealed in Paint: Carrie Moyer at SCAD Museum
- Native Son: Joe Leavenworth Looks for His Southern Roots
- “Finding Fela” Has Missteps, but Fascinates
- Pam Longobardi Appears On Sierra Club’s Magazine Cover
- Collecting: How Art Consultants Help Local Art Scenes Grow
- Speleogen and the New Cave Art
- Straw Hat Press Is Leaving Atlanta
- New Director for Tulane’s Newcomb Art Gallery
- The Power of Two in “The Shape of a Pocket” at Sandler Hudson
Physical remnants of segregation are rarely discernible today. Separated water fountains have been removed, replaced by...
Viewers who already know Carrie Moyer’s body of work will find the exhibition “Carrie Moyer: Pirate...
Over the past five years, New York-based photographer Joe Leavenworth has documented his intermittent travels throughout...
The new documentary Finding Fela might sound as though it’s a film tailor-made for fans of the...
“Artists aren’t often appreciated in their home base.” I am sitting with Anne Lambert Tracht over...
The collective Speleogen is difficult to define, and in that challenge I found great interest. I...
Pam Longobardi Appears On Sierra Club’s Magazine Cover
When editors at Sierra, the magazine of the venerable Sierra...
- August 14, 2014
Straw Hat Press Is Leaving Atlanta
Straw Hat Press, established in 2012 by Laura Cleary, Shaun...
- August 13, 2014
The Power of Two in “The Shape of a Pocket” at Sandler Hudson
Curated by Kelly Kristin Jones, “The Shape of a Pocket: parallel thoughts in contemporary practice,” at Sandler Hudson Gallery through September 6, pensively pairs artworks by Mario Petrirena, Alex...
- by Stephanie Dowda - Posted August 12, 2014
Radcliffe Bailey’s Subtle Touch in Show About Civil Wars, at Gallery 72
When “Art Against the Wall: An Artist Response to Civil Wars” was first announced by Atlanta’s Office of Cultural Affairs as an exhibition that would commemorate the 150th anniversary...
- by Jeff Stafford - Posted August 11, 2014
Who’s In the Crystal Bridges survey “State of the Art”?
Updated: 8/15/14, 12:47pm In an unusual PR strategy, the names of artists selected for the upcoming “State of the Art” survey at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, opening...
- by Stephanie Cash - Posted August 8, 2014
Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden Continues to Thrive
On a recent sunny afternoon, I drove about two hours northwest of Atlanta with friends. Our destination was Summerville, Georgia, a small town where artist Howard Finster made his...
- by Linnea West - Posted August 8, 2014
Check This Out: Brooklyn Art Library Hails From Atlanta
Nestled among a “Southern” brunch spot and storefronts displaying overpriced homeware lies the Brooklyn Art Library, an authentic Southern transplant in the heart of Williamsburg. The library is...
- by Alix Taylor - Posted August 6, 2014
Flashback to the Future at Videodrome—ATL’s Video Store Holdout
When I began thinking of potential questions to ask Matt Booth, the owner of Poncey-Highland’s Videodrome, most of my ideas revolved around the continued relevance of a brick-and-mortar video...
- by Ryan Scallan - Posted August 5, 2014