I recently visited Agnes Scott College’s Dalton Gallery for the first time to see the current show, Quadrennial: Greater Decatur (QGDD 2010). QGD features an aesthetically varied selection of eight artists from the Greater Decatur area working in various media including video, painting, photography, and sculpture. Despite the geographic proximity of the curated artists, no [...]
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11/13/09 To Do List
[UPDATED] Between a series of drawings at Saltworks Gallery loosely themed after Kung Fu training manuals and the Avant Garden discussion panel on journalism and blogging at the Contemporary, there’s plenty of variety in the week ahead. Atlanta Celebrates Photography may be winding to a close, but life continues for the visual arts in Atlanta.
There are galleries in Atlanta who compromise their vision by representing artists whose work is easier to digest so that they can stay afloat. (On one hand, who can blame them?) —Lisa Alembik Lisa Alembik is the mistress of Dalton Gallery, the acclaimed exhibition space of Agnes Scott College in Decatur. During its recent past, [...]
03/02/09 All Small Redux at Dalton Gallery
Dalton Gallery Director Lisa Alembik and her fellow jurors, Rachael Baldanza and Richard Gess, have managed quite a feat in their “All Small Redux” exhibition currently on view at the Dalton Gallery at Agnes Scott College. The parameters for the show include a dimension no larger than 6 inches and length no longer than 60 [...]
02/27/09 To Do List
Community seems to be an overarching theme in this week’s To Do List. There are now two strolls to look forward to, as well as multiple group exhibitions with strong showings from local artists.
10/07/08 Hello Liberty at Dalton Gallery
Terry Hardy, 876 Days (The Border Bed) Installation Gallery director Lisa Alembik tackles a pretty enormous concept with her latest group show, “Hello Liberty,” at Agnes Scott’s Dalton Gallery. Between the upcoming election—with its tired arguments about immigration—and continual civil liberty abuses in Myanmar and China, the idea of liberty has lost some of its [...]