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All posts tagged "Hagedorn Foundation Gallery"
Steve Aishman’s Moving Images at Hagedorn
On view through Saturday at Hagedorn Foundation Gallery are two photographic series by Steve Aishman, who is dean of academic services at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta. In one, the Frozen Moments of Domesticity series, Aishman expands...
- Posted November 6, 2014
Review: Claire Rosen and Guillermo Srodek-Hart at Hagedorn
What struck me as I visited Hagedorn Foundation Gallery’s exhibition of photographers Claire Rosen and Guillermo Srodek-Hart, curated by Heidi Aishman, was the absence of human subjects, but they were neither landscapes nor still-lifes. Yet, in both, a human...
- Posted November 6, 2014
To Do List: Through November 4
Happy Monday! Check out this week's To Do List for events, openings, and festivals through November 4th.
- Posted October 21, 2013
Ready for My Close-up at Hagedorn Foundation Gallery
“All right, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up” is the famous last line of the brilliant 1950 Billy Wilder film Sunset Boulevard, about mad, murderous former silent movie star Norma Desmond, played in a deliciously over-the-top...
- Posted October 17, 2013
To Do List: Through October 21
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7 Last day to See: Still Sound / Carolyn Grady & Evelyn Quinones WonderRoot Creative Estimating with Frank Meo – The Photo Closer! SCAD / 6:30PM Opening Reception: 4×6 The Low Museum / 8-10PM “Naked City | Theme:...
- Posted October 7, 2013
Review: Consuming Passions at Hagedorn Foundation Gallery
"As a complex visual dialogue and meditation on the idea of desire, Consuming Passions succeeds in sharpening our appetites."
- Posted May 16, 2013
Review: Suburbia at Hagedorn Foundation Gallery
"Suburbia guides through time to see the consistent goals of consumer culture and the contemporary boredom that is the result of such social passivity."
- Posted May 2, 2013
Talking Heads: Suburbia and Its Discontents
Atlanta artists Meg Aubrey and Christina Price Washington email about grass and mining other suburban symbols.
- Posted April 26, 2013
Dodge & Burn: The Photograms of Christina Price Washington
Welcome Jill Frank, our current resident curator of Dodge & Burn!
- Posted March 12, 2013
Daily Update: Art Basel Miami Beach
BA will be there! Make sure you check back here for daily updates December 4 through 9!
- Posted December 9, 2012
ARTSpeak: Ruth Dusseault’s Modern America Photography at Hagedorn
Dusseault discusses urban planning and the great theme park called America. She returns to the gallery for a talk Saturday, October 27.
- Posted October 23, 2012
Beth Lilly Mines the Currency of Her Memory Bank at Hagedorn
Known previously for her Oracle @ WiFi project, the Atlanta-based photographer furthers her play with fictional truths.
- Posted May 8, 2012
Q&A: Jill Greenberg’s Glass Ceiling at Hagedorn Foundation Gallery
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...
- Posted November 7, 2011