Two recently closed exhibitions put KSU on the curatorial map while addressing themes of value judgments.
Archive Content by Tag ‘Atlanta Celebrates Photography’
Dettmer exhumes dazzling layers of illustrations in his latest exhibition.
This month Atlanta’s own Creatives Project and the Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs have put out calls for artists.
Joey Orr reflects on critical tagging and other interventions that aim to challenge institutionally sanctioned art.
ACP opens applications for its Portfolio Review and the Georgia Council for the Arts calls on artists in the Northeast.
This month WonderRoot offers its Walthall Artist Fellowship and MINT calls for Leap Year artists.
Young artists show the power of partnerships between unlikely allies. Will Atlanta Celebrates Photography join in?
Check out the most recent grants, calls for proposals, and residency opportunities for artists in Georgia and throughout the U.S.
Rejecting the gallery as a privileged space is a fad that has cycled through the art world for at least the past 40 years. It currently has its hold on Atlanta, as seen by the success of Flux Projects and the recent changes at Solomon Projects. Regardless, our city is ripe for a permanent art [...]
Jill Greenberg, whose feminist work traces back to her college days at Rhode Island School of Design, is now showing Glass Ceiling at Hagedorn Foundation Gallery. The bikini-wearing, high-heeled, beautiful-bodied women that Greenberg photographed from underwater in a swimming pool are feminine to a fault. They’ve lost their identities, appearing beheaded and drowned in awkward, [...]
At 29, Philadelphia-based photographer Michael M. Koehler produces work that’s strikingly nuanced with life experience, colored by extensive travel and a practiced understanding of how to make a beautiful image. In Between, his exhibition currently on display at Get This! Gallery through Saturday, October 29, 2011, documents urban landscapes spanning from post-Katrina New Orleans, to [...]
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10/04/11 Postmortem: FLUX 2011
Is it possible to imagine an apocalypse marked by tenderness, change, survival, and human contact, instead of extinction? The most powerful works at Friday’s FLUX event set about the task of standing up to our culture’s nearly constant flow of new predictions for disaster. Instead of accepting such despairing and disempowering visions of our end, [...]
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