The exhibitions accompanying the reopening of SCAD MOA feature living artists who have exhibited all over the world to great effect.
Archive Content by Tag ‘Greek Revival’
Tags: 1995 Venice Biennale, Bentonville, Bill Viola, Continuous Mile (white), expansion, Find, Finish, Fix, Gather (One Million), Greek Revival, High Museum of Art, Kehinde Wiley, Kendall Buster, Let the Light In, Liza Lou, Marfa, New Growth: Stratum Field, SCAD, SCAD Museum of Art, The Crossing
Tags: "the White Ice Cube", A Thomas Bradbury, American Institute of Architects, Amos Giles Rhodes, Andrew Sparks, Archives Director David Carmicheal, Archives Director Mary Givens Bryan, atlanta journal constitution, Ben Fortson, Clayton State University, Ernest Vandiver, ga, Gateway Village, Georgia Building Authority, Governor's mansion, Greek Revival, Jr., Morrow, new Georgia Archives Building, old Georgia Archives Building, Rhodes Hall, Shriner Temple, Southeast Branch of the National Archives, Southern Greek Revival, State Capitol Building, Victorian-Romanesque
Without news of a preservation campaign, the old Georgia Archives Building was doomed for demolition as soon as the Georgia Building Authority could raise the funds. Since being abandoned for a new $30 million building in Morrow in 2003, the sleek megalith, seated just south of the State Capitol Building, has been awaiting its inevitable [...]
02/25/09 Oakland Cemetery in Grant Park
Tags: Egyptian Revival, Gothic, Grant Park, Greek Revival, Lion of Lucerne, mausoleum, Oakland Cemetery, Romanesque Revival, Victorian, Victorian symbolism
If “graveyard” doesn’t come to mind when you think of places to view art, it certainly may after a visit to Oakland Cemetery. From gravestones and monuments to sculpture and architecture, this Grant Park attraction contains a small cross-section survey of art history.