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Archive Content by Tag ‘High Museum’
The High Museum hosts conceptual artist Glenn Ligon this Thursday night, January 10, at the Woodruff Arts Center’s Rich Theatre.
Richard Misrach documents the poisonous ecology of southern Louisiana, but his photography both hits and misses.
The collector known for his modesty and recent donation of works to the High Museum of Art passed away Sunday.
The hottest days of the year mean humid nights going to art shows, followed by tasty bites around Atlanta.
SCAD gives a South African artist his first solo show in North America.
A decade ago, the word Atlanta came to be synonymous with hip hop. A-Town, Hotlanta, the Dirty Dirty—Atlanta took it upon itself to throw its name in with the industry originators and, in doing so, earned the respect (and the cash money) from the culture at large. The movement, which brought us such luminaries as [...]
The idea for BURNAWAY originated from a front-porch conversation about the need for more dialogue about local art. This week’s edition of Our Front Porch is a themed list by local artist Yanique Norman, describing some mythological inspirations for her work.
Though he died in 1992, the artist David Wojnarowicz recently became a topic of conversation when a short film attributed to him, A Fire in My Belly, was removed from the exhibition Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC. The show, curated by David Ward and Jonathan [...]
10/30/09 To Do List
We here at BURNAWAY.org like to think of the To Do List as one of the things that can fill the voids in your life, or at least boring evenings at home. This week is no exception. Were you too busy to catch this week’s artist talks and last month’s shows? Gotcha covered. Feeling the [...]
06/05/09 To Do List
Curious about the GATHER ATLANTA panel discussion? Click here to download the brochure! The talk starts Saturday at 6PM—so be sure to arrive early to get your seat, and feel free to stay afterwards for extended Q&A! (In between the rest of the art events this weekend … see below for more!)
On May 13 an eager audience filled the Hill Auditorium at the High Museum to hear Art Papers Live! guest speaker, Ute Meta Bauer. Bauer is an influential curator and current professor at MIT, known for work with Documenta 11 (2001) and the Third Berlin Biennial (2004), just to name a few. She jumped off [...]