The List: Week of December 12

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“The Fourth Wall,” an exhibition of paintings by Goat Farm studio artist and BURNAWAY contributor Maggie Davis, will open at Sandler Hudson Gallery on Friday, December 16 at 7pm. Read more about Davis’s approach to her work in our studio visit with her from earlier this year.

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 12

*Art Magazine Reading Group: ARTnews
The Goat Farm / 6:30-8pm

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13

*ATL Theory Club: #Metamodernism
Murmur / 7-9pm

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15

*Talk: Ridley Howard
Atlanta Contemporary / 6-8pm

*Opening: “From Tha Roota To Tha Toota”
Good Enough / 7-10pm

*Opening: “Utopia/Dystopia”
Paper Plane Gallery / 7-10pm

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16

*Art Market
Hi-Lo Press / 5-10pm

*Mint Postcard Pin-Up Show
Second Self Beer Company / 6-8pm

*Opening: Maggie Davis, “The Fourth Wall”
Sandler Hudson Gallery / 7-9pm

Open Studios
The Arts Exchange / 7-9pm

*Closing: “The Voice Never Sleeps”
Day & Night Projects / 7-10pm

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17

*Talk: Benjamin Britton
Marcia Wood Midtown / 1-2pm

Mint Postcard Pin-Up Show
Second Self Beer Company / 1-4pm

Opening: Cynthia Farnell: Garlands
{Poem 88} / 4-7pm

*Opening: Joel Dean, “Powers of 7-8-9”
Species / 6-8pm

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22

Holiday Shopping Party
Atlanta Contemporary / 6-8pm


ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Atlanta

*”The Voice Never Sleeps”
Day & Night Projects / through December 16

Ervin A. Johnson, “#InHonor”
Arnika Dawkins Gallery / through December 16

*Fall BFA Exhibition
Welch Galleries at GSU / through December 16

*ATLBNL / through December 18
*Contemporary On-Site: Good Children Gallery, “RE:TELL” / through January 8
Atlanta Contemporary

Brandon Sadler, “TORN”
Notch8 Gallery / through December 18

*Benjamin Britton, “The Incandescent Sub-Present”
Marcia Wood Gallery / through December 23

Little Things Mean A Lot
Swan Coach House Gallery / through December 30

*The December Show
Whitespace / through December 31

It’s a Poster Show!
Octane Westside / through December 31

*Hot Combos: Works Under $1,000 / through January 4
*Whitney Wood Bailey, “Cosmic Nostalgia” / through January 4
John Folsom, “Framework and View” / through February 11
Hathaway Contemporary

*Sarah Gamble, “Tower”
Marcia Wood Gallery, Castleberry / through January 5

Caio Fonseca, “New Sculpture and Selected Paintings”
Alan Avery Art Company / through January 6

*”Fever Within: The Art of Ronald Locket” / through January 8
*Thomas Struth, “Truth and Politics” / through January 8
Arbus, Avedon, and Winograd: Photographs from the Collection / through February 19
High Museum of Art

Small Works / through January 8
“Embellished: Adornment through the Ages” / through January 29
“Threads of History: Two Hundred Years of Fashion” / through March 19
SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion and Film

Sue Williamson, “Other Voices, Other Cities”
SCAD Atlanta Gallery 1600 / through January 10

Recent Works by Esteban Patiño
Ger-Art / through January 12

Atlanta Collage Society, “Mash-Up!”
Gallery 72 / through January 20

*Elizabeth Lide, “Putting the House in Order”
Eric Kaepplinger Selects
Works on paper: 1980-2013 Women from the Permanent Collection
MOCA GA / through February 11

*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

*Fathi Hassan, “Edge of Memory”
Clark Atlanta University Art Museum / through May 26


GEORGIA

Athens

Man’s Canyons: New York on Paper/ through December 31
Gifts and Prayers: The Romanovs and Their Subjects / through December 31
*Living Color: Gary Hudson in the 1970s / through January 8
Georgia Museum of Art

Augusta

Unquiet Territories: Art by Cheryl Goldsleger
Morris Museum of Art / through March 12

Savannah

*Jane Winfield, “Signs of Life” / through December 18
*Ebony G. Patterson, “If We Must Die…” / through January 1
*Saya Woolfalk, “To Dream the Electric Dream” / through January 8
Subodh Gupta, “Guests, Strangers, and Interlopers” / through January 15
*Jose Dávila, “Practical Structures” / through January 22
*Radcliffe Bailey, “Pensive” / through February 5
Andres Bedoya, “El vijae” / through February 5
Michael Joo, “Barrier Island” / through February 5
*Bill Cunningham, “Grand Divertissement à Versailles” / through February 17
SCAD Museum of Art

Watershed: Contemporary Landscape Photography
Telfair Museums Jepson Center / through January 29


ALABAMA

Birmingham

*”terreno áspero: rugged terrain”
beta pictoris gallery / through December 30

*Lauren Henkin, “What’s Lost is Found”
Birmingham Museum of Art / through February 12

Mobile

Boydell Shakespeare Gallery Engravings / through January 8
Mobile Museum of Art


ARKANSAS

Bentonville

“Shaking Hands and Kissing Babies” / through January 9
The Art of American Dance / through January 16
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Little Rock

Little Dreams in Glass and Metal: Enameling in America / through December 31
Glass Fantasies: Enamels by Thom Hall / through December 31
Arkansas Arts Center

*Alika Cooper, “Wet Suits”
Good Weather Gallery / through December 31


FLORIDA

Fort Myers

*Empire: An Arturo Vega Retrospective 
Bob Rauschenberg Gallery @ FSW / through December 17

Gainesville

Alfred Steiner, “Metes and Bounds”
Gallery Protocol / through December 31

Jacksonville

*”Identity and Abstraction”
Florida Mining Gallery / through January 6

Retro-spective: Analog Photography in a Digital World / through January 8
Leaves: Recent Prints and Sculptures by Donald Martin / through July 22
MOCA Jacksonville

LIFT: Contemporary Expressions of the African American Experience
Cummer Museum of Art / through February 12

Miami

Lillian Bassman: Elegance
Dina Mitrani Gallery / through December 30

*Awol Erizku: I Was Going to Call It Your Name but You Wouldn’t Let Me
Nina Johnson / through January 14

Matthew Ronay / through January 15
Carlos Motta / through January 15
Jillian Mayer / through January 22
Julio LeParc / through March 19
Sarah Oppenheimer / through April 30
Susan Hiller / through June 4
“Routes of Influence” / through July 18
Pérez Art Museum Miami

*”tête-à-tête”
David Castillo Gallery / through January 31

St. Augustine

Amy Lincoln, “Tropic Apparition”
Monya Rowe Gallery / through December 18

St. Petersburg

*Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art
Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg / through January 22

Tampa

Manuel Carrillo: Mi Querido Mexico / through January 8
Complicated Beauty: Contemporary Cuban Art / through January 22
Tampa Museum of Art


KENTUCKY

Louisville

*PROJECT 15: Jedidiah Johnson, “My Father’s Murder”
Zephyr Gallery / through December 30

*Sisters of the Moon: Art & the Feminine Dimension
Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft / through January 8

A New World in My View: Gifts from Gordon W. Bailey / through February 5
Ai Wei Wei: Circle of Animals Zodiac Heads / through October 15
Speed Art Museum


LOUISIANA

New Orleans

*Erin Johnson, “Of Moving and Being Moved” / through December 18
Pelican Bomb Gallery X

Udo Nöger, “Sublime” / through December 18
Callan Contemporary

Rob Wynne: Blindsight / through December 24
Arthur Roger Gallery

*Peter Sarkisan, Recent Video Works
*Carmen Colangelo, “Here Be Dragons”
Jonathan Ferrera Gallery / through December 31

Reynold Reynolds, “The Lost”
May Gallery / through December 2016

Something in the Way: A Brief History of Photography and Obstruction / through January 1
Kenneth Josephson: Photography Is / through January 1
Seeing Nature: Masterworks from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection / through January 15
African Art: The Bequest from the Françoise Billon Richardson Charitable Trust / through June 30
*Orientalism: Taking and Making / through December 31, 2017
New Orleans Museum of Art

Diane Fox, “UnNatural History” / through January 9
Blue Library Vol. 2: Conversations / through January 30
Antenna Gallery

Simon Gunning and the Southern Louisiana Landscape
Ogden Museum of Southern Art / through February 5


NORTH CAROLINA

Asheville

*Basil King: Between Painting and Writing
Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center  / through December 24

Chapel Hill

“Evidence & Expertise”  / through December 18
Extended Remix: Contemporary Artists Meet the Japanese Print / through January 8
“Politics As Usual”  / through February 5
Ackland Art Museum

Eric Mack: Impossible Architectures
Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History at University of North Carolina / through January 6

Charlotte

Ivan Toth Depeña, “Remember” / through January 7
McColl Center for Art + Innovation

Nelllie Ashford, “Through My Eyes”
Shaping the Vessel: Mascoll + Samuel
Quilts and Social Fabric: Heritage and Improvisation
Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture / through January 16

Durham

*”Southern Accent”
The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University / through January 8

Greensboro

*Unbranded: A Century of White Women, 1915-2015 / through December 11
The Weatherspoon Art Museum at UNC Greensboro


SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston

Realm of the Spirit: Solomon R. Guggenheim Collection & the Gibbes Museum of Art / through January 15
Painting A Nation: Hudson River School Landscapes from the Higdon Collection / through April 23
The Gibbes Museum of Art


TENNESSEE

Memphis

Maysey Craddock, “Unfolding Shores”
David Lusk Gallery Memphis / through December 23

Master Metalsmith: Hoss Haley / through January 1
Tributaries: Cozette Phillips / through January 22
Metal Museum

Red Grooms: Traveling Correspondent / through January 8
*Rotunda Projects: Nnenna Okore / through April 2
*Selections from William Eggleston’s Portfolios / through Spring 2017
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

Nashville

BFA Senior Thesis Exhibitions
Brownlee O. Currey, Jr. Gallery at Watkins College / through December 15

*Ron Ewert, “I need a new water heater”
mild climate / through December 23

Patricia Bellan-Gillen, “Willful Wondering and Disorderly Notions”
Tinney Contemporary / through December 23

*Brandon Donahue, “Foul Shot”
Seed Space / through December 31

“Local Fare”
Cumberland Gallery / through January 14

Jared Small, “Slight”
David Lusk Gallery Nashville / through December 23

Harmony Korine: Shadows and Loops / through January 16
*Ragnar Kjartansson: The Visitors / through February 12
The Frist Center for Visual Arts


VIRGINIA

Richmond

*Conjurers
Visual Arts Center of Richmond / through December 23

*Expanding the Narrative: Women Artists and Abstract Expressionsim / through January 2
Jasper Johns and Edvard Munch: Love, Loss, and the Cycle of Life / through February 20
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

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