In Montgomery, the new National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the related Legacy Museum commemorate the dark history of lynching in the U.S. and ongoing systemic racism, and provides a necessary response to the debate around Confederate monuments.
The Hambidge auction was the event of the week. Terry also checked out the AIR AIR residency pop-up exhibition at Mother and
“Trust Your Eyes” at Hodgepodge Coffeehouse.
So many good portraits this week! Terry went to the MOCA GA opening of photographic portraits of artists by Jerry Siegel and sculptural portraits by Susan Cofer. Other stops: Kai Lin, Chastain Arts Center and ABV Gallery for Drink & Doodle.
Since January, Miami Dade College’s Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) has been insinuating itself into different neighborhoods of Miami by bringing a series of performances, concerts and readings to various locations around the city under the rubric of “Living Together.” Karen Finley, My Barbarian, Carrie Mae Weems and Tino Sehgal are just a few of the…
The AIR AIR residency offers artists a 24-hour studio in an airplane seat.
Sheherazade, a new space in Louisville run by artist Julie Leidner, offers local artists a chance to experiment outside of commercial gallery structures.
Women rule in this week’s Terry, with solo shows by Alea Hurst, Linda Italiano, Maria Korol, and Rose Barron, rounded out by an auction of artwork at Facet Gallery.
Thursday was nuts, with openings from Buckhead to South Atlanta. Terry caught them all, making stops at Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta Contemporary, Gallery 72, Day & Night Projects, plus Stanley Beaman Sears on Friday.
Athens artist Mark Steinmetz spent a year photographing in and around Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, as part of the High Museum’s “Picturing the South” series.
This week is a doozy! Terry ran around like a madman, going to MFA shows at GSU, Camayuhs, Sandler Hudson, Notch 8, and a Squishiepuss birthday party.
A fledgeling project in Chattanooga hopes to follow in the footsteps of MASS MoCA in rural Massachusetts and the Goat Farm Arts Center in Atlanta.
Terry went to the opening of an excellent group show at Hathaway Contemporary, the MFA candidates’ exhibition at GSU, and Radcliffe Bailey’s talk.
Check out all the art happenings across the south this week!
This week, Terry takes us to ATL Contemporary, Spalding Nix, and Collect on Sunday for some mid-March fun!
Artist Sara Hornbacher speaks about her pioneering work in video and electronic art in anticipation of the pop-up exhibition “Interference” at Atlanta Contemporary.
This week, Terry takes us to Blandtown with Gregor Turk and to a GSU photo exhibition at Cage Space.
A symposium held in conjunction with “Southern Accent” at Louisville’s Speed Museum brought together artists and scholars to discuss the the legacy and future of Confederate monuments.
This week, Terry takes us to openings at the Swan Coach House Gallery, Poem88, Notch8, Parlor, Blue Mark Studios and more!