The article below comprises two parts, a short essay on interpretation followed by a short review of E.K. Huckaby‘s exhibition, Excursus, presented by Poem 88, the new curators-in-residence at the Tanner-Hill Gallery Project Space in Atlanta. Two types of criticism There are two major points of reference that can be brought to the creation, observation, [...]
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Tags: Dave Hickey, David Hickey, EK Huckaby, Excursus, Joseph Cornell, Poem 88, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, Robert Storr, Tanner Hill Gallery
01/14/10 To Do List
Tags: ACA Gallery, Apache Cafe, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Bobbe Gillis Gallery, Cao Fei, Edward Morris, Erick Swenson, Hagedorn Foundation Gallery, Hoang Van Bui, Kiang Gallery, Map Office, MINT Gallery, Paul Hagedorn, Rialto Center, Richard Flood, Sandler Hudson Gallery, Sarah Hobbs, SCAD-Atlanta, solomon projects, Spruill Gallery, Susan Robert, Susannah Sayler, Swan Coach House Gallery, Tanner Hill Gallery, Thornton Dial, Tommy Taylor, Trois Gallery, Welch Gallery, Westside Arts District, Whitespace Gallery
Note: We are now publishing our weekly To Do Lists every Thursday. Now you have an extra day to plan ahead! See below for visual arts events beginning Thursday, January 14. Please feel free to contact us about any corrections, updates, and new events to include in our lists!
10/23/09 To Do List
Tags: ACP 11 Lecture, Adair Park, Annual Day of the Dead Show, Art Department Gallery, ASIFA-Atlanta, Atlanta Celebrates Photography, Ellen Diresta, Emory University, Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery, Grant Henry, Henry Lautz, High Museum of Art, Howardena Pindell, International Animation Day, Jeanne Dielman, Jon Arge, Matt Odom, Our Trees public art dedication, Riva Lehrer, Sandler Hudson Gallery, Sister Louisa, Sister Louisa’s Confessional, Studioplex Fourth Friday Art Walk Studioplex, Tanner Hill Gallery, Tierney Gearon, Totems and Familiars, Tweet Design, Youth Architecture Fair
Between film screenings, artist lectures, an architecture fair, and a tribute to the Mexican Dia de los Muertos in the works, there’s still plenty to see and do in the week ahead.