The List: Week of April 17

Theaster Gates
Theaster Gates
Theaster Gates returns to Atlanta to present “The Art Sermon” at Emory’s Cannon Chapel on Tuesday, April 18, 7pm.

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TUESDAY, APRIL 18
*Performance/Talk: Theaster Gates “The Art Sermon”
Emory University Cannon Chapel / 7pm (free advance registration)

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19
Talk: Listen to Your Gut
Zuckerman Museum, Kennesaw / 6pm

THURSDAY, APRIL 20
Panel Discussion: On Global Immigration and Refugees
MOCA GA / 6:30-9pm

Opening: VERDE
Midtown Players Club at The Hambidge Creative Hive at Colony Square / 6-9pm

Talk: Radcliff Bailey
George Mason University / 7:30pm

FRIDAY, APRIL 21
*Opening: The New South
Kai Lin Art / 7-10pm

Opening and Artist Talk: Nate Young
Visual Arts Center of Richmond / 5:30-8pm

SATURDAY, APRIL 22 
Artist Talk: Bojana Ginn
Whitespace / 2pm

Artist Talk: P. Seth Thompson

Sandler Hudson / 2-3pm

Opening: Mattie Fay Gallery
Mattie Fay Gallery / 1-5pm

Opening: M4: Second Severn Crossing
Hathaway Contemporary / 6-9pm

SUNDAY, APRIL 23
Artist Talk: Kellie Romany
Swan Coach House Gallery / 3-4pm


EXHIBITIONS

Atlanta

Institute 193, “Swimming Them Homeward” / through April 30
Holly Coulis, Dishes and Fruits / through June 8
Atlanta Contemporary

Fran O’Neil, “Moving Through” / through May 31
Hathaway Contemporary

*Larkin Ford, “Discount Meat”
*Michelle Laxalt, “Haunt and Hold”
Gallery 72 / through April 20

Ali O’Leary, “To Forge Yesterday”
Rialto Center for the Arts / through April 21

*”Opening Scene”  through April 22
*”Unloaded” through May 20
Marcia Wood Gallery

*Donald Locke: A Conspiracy of Symbols / through through April 23
Cross Country: The Power of Place in American Art, 1915-1950 / through May 7
Hale Woodruff’s Talladega Murals / through May 7
*Daniel Arsham, “Hourglass” / through May 21
High Museum of Art

*Izzy Jarvis and Art Hazelwood, “Dark Days and Solidarity”
Hi-Lo Press / through April 27

*Lauren Michelle Peterson, Blue Plastic Goat
GSU Perimeter Studio Gallery / through April 28

Susan Ker-Seymer and Corinna Sephora Mensoff:  “Voyages Unforeseen”
Kibbee Gallery / through April 29

*”Blue Willow”
{Poem 88} / through April 29

Mario Petrirena, “The Distance Between” / through April 29
Permanent Collection Exhibition / through July 29
Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia (MOCA GA)

Artemus Jenkins, “Alltimeslove”
Notch8 Gallery / through April 30

*P. Seth Thompson, “Insufficient Data for an Image”
Sandler Hudson / through May 6

42nd Juried Exhibition
Lyndon House Arts Center, Athens / through May 6

*”Gut Feelings”
EPIC: Selections from the SGCI Collection
Zuckerman Museum of Art / through May 7

*Bojana Ginn, “Infinite Body”
*Trevor Reese, “Pyrrhic Victory”
Whitespace / through May 13

Nick Frost, “Anoesis”
ABV Gallery / through May 13

*Still Raising Hell: The Art, Activism, and Archives of Camille Billops and James V. Hatch
Robert W. Woodruff Library at Emory University / through May 14

*Kellie Romany:Forward Arts Foundation 2016-17 EMERGING ARTIST AWARD
Swan Coach House Gallery / through May 20

*Tori Tinsley: “Locating Barbara”
Eyedrum  / through May 20

*Katrina Andry, “Perception of Otherness”
Hammonds House Museum / through May 21

Juried Art Exhibition
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center / through June 23

*Sascha Braunig & Paul Anthony Smith
Atlanta Contemporary / through July 30


GEORGIA

Athens
Advanced and Irascible: Abstract Expressionism from the Berry Collection through April 30
Expanding Tradition: Selections from the Thompson Collection / through May 7
Georgia Museum of Art

Out There: Photographs in the Spirit of Jeremy Akers
ATHICA / through April 23

Savannah
*Nick Cave / through April 23
Wundercamera: Savannah / through May 14
Objectified: Still Lifes from the Permanent Collection / through June 11
*Will Penny and Cameron Allen,  “WYA” / through July 16
Telfair Museums, Jepson Center

William Singer, “From the Depths Above” / through April 30
*Glen Fogel, “Without You… Us” / through May 28
José Parlá, “Roots” / through July 16
Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, “Lineages” / through August 6
Chiharu Shiota, “Infinity Lines” / through August 6
*Hank Willis Thomas, “Freedom Isn’t Always Beautiful” / through August 20
Hernan Bas, “Florida Living” / through August 20
Carlos Cruz-Diez, “Chroma” / through August 20
SCAD Museum of Art


ALABAMA

Auburn

Jiha Moon, “Double Welcome, Most Everyone’s Mad Here”
Jules Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art / through April 30

Birmingham

*Leslie Smith III, “Locus of Control”
beta pictoris – Maus Contemporary / through April 21

What’s Lost is Found / through June 11
*”Third Space” / through 2019
Birmingham Museum of Art

Mobile

*Christenberry: In Alabama / through June 4
Contemporary Alabama Photography / through August 27
Mobile Museum of Art

Montgomery
Nature, Tradition & Innovation / through April 23
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts


ARKANSAS

Bentonville

Roy Lichtenstein in Focus
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art / through July 31


FLORIDA

Jacksonville

Hans Hoffman: Works on Paper
The Evolution of Mark-Making
MOCA Jacksonville / through May 14

Orlando

Who We Are Now: Selections from the Feldman Collection of Contemporary Art
Orlando Museum of Art / through May 12

St. Petersburg

The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip / through June 4
Greg Smith, Breakdown Lane / through May 7
Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg

Tampa

Alex Katz: Black and White
Tampa Museum of Art / through May 29


KENTUCKY

Louisville

Ai Wei Wei: Circle of Animals Zodiac Heads
Speed Art Museum / through October 15


LOUISIANA

New Orleans

*“Mutual Support”
Pelican Bomb Gallery X / through April 23

*Cecilia Vicuña: About to Happen
*Senga Nungudi: Improvisational Gestures
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans / through June 18

African Art: The Bequest from the Françoise Billon Richardson Charitable Trust / through June 30
*New at NOMA: Recent Acquisitions in Modern and Contemporary Art / through October 1
*Orientalism: Taking and Making / through December 31
New Orleans Museum of Art


NORTH CAROLINA

Asheville

“The Good Making of Good Things” / through May 20
The Center for Craft, Creativity and Design

Charlotte

“Tell Me More”
McColl Center / through May 27

*Jordan Casteel: Harlem Notes
*Alison Saar: The Nature of Us
“The Future is Abstract”
Zun Lee: Father Figure
Harvey B. Gantt Center / through July 8

Durham

*Nina Chanel Abney, “Royal Flush”
Nasher Museum of Fine Art at Duke University / through July 16


SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston

Painting A Nation: Hudson River School Landscapes / through April 23
*History, Labor, Life: The Prints of Jacob Lawrence  / through April 30
Gibbes Museum of Art


TENNESSEE

Nashville

Opening: “Otherworldliness”
Ground Floor Gallery / through April 28

Corey Sinks, “Crustacean”
Open Gallery / through April 28

*Clark House Initiative, “The stories my country told me”
COOP Gallery / through April 29

*David Onri Anderson, “HUM”
154 5th Avenue North / through May 6

Secrets of Buddhist Art: Tibet, Japan, and Korea / through May 7
*Claire Morgan: Stop Me Feeling / through May 7
Irving Penn: Beyond Beauty / through May 29
Frist Center for the Visual Arts

Opening: Dane Carder, “Better Angels”
Red Arrow Gallery /through May 15

Memphis
*Selections from William Eggleston’s Portfolios / through Spring 2017
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

“Guns, Violence & Justice”
Metal Museum / through April 30

Jonathan VanDyke: “The Invert” 
TOPS, Memphis / through May 20


VIRGINIA

Richmond

Nate Young: “(re)collection”
Visual Arts Center / through June 18

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