The List: Week of January 16

Photographers Richard Martin and Maymunah Stroud gave Atlanta residents effected by the incoming presidential administration a chance to tell their stories in "A Visual to the Rage," opening this Friday night at Murmur at 7pm.
Photographers Richard Martin and Maymunah Stroud give Atlanta residents affected by the incoming presidential administration a chance to tell their stories in “A Visual to the Rage,” opening this Friday night at Murmur at 7pm.

* BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS


MONDAY, JANUARY 16

*Collective Reading of Zoe’s Leonard’s “I Want A President”
Centennial Olympic Park / 12-2pm

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18

Opening: Visions Annual Juried Student Exhibition
Zuckerman Museum of Art / 5-7pm

THURSDAY, JANUARY 19

Art Auction Open House
MOCA GA / 6:30-8:30pm

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20

*Opening: “A Visual to the Rage”
Murmur / 7pm

SATURDAY, JANUARY 21

Callanwolde Arts Festival
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center / 10-6pm

*Opening: “Remote Viewing”
Hi-Lo Press / 7-11pm

SUNDAY, JANUARY 22

Callanwolde Arts Festival
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center / 11-5pm

ArtsATL Luminary Awards
Terminal West / 6-8pm

THURSDAY, JANUARY 26

*Talk: Jessica Stoller
Zuckerman Museum of Art / 3:30pm

*Screening: The Women’s Olamal 
Atlanta Contemporary / 6-9pm

FRIDAY, JANUARY 27

*Opening: “Third Space”
Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL / 6-9pm

*Opening: Alfred Conteh, “Two Fronts: Surface & Reason”
September Gray Fine Art / 7-9pm

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28

*Talk: Elizabeth Lide
MOCA GA / 2:30-4:30pm

*Opening: “Gut Feelings”
Zuckerman Museum of Art / 6:00-8:00pm

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


ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Atlanta

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

“Boundless”
Kai Lin Art / through January 20

*Maggie Davis, “The Fourth Wall”
Sandler Hudson Gallery / through January 28

*“Utopia/Dystopia”
Paper Plane Gallery / through January 28

Cynthia Farnell: Garlands
{Poem 88} / through January 28

“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

Nabil Mousa, “Veil of Ignorance”
Gallery 874 / through February 2

*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

John Folsom, “Framework and View” / through February 11
Hathaway Contemporary

*Stephanie Dowda, “Traces”
Russell Cambron, “Boy, Owl and Raven”
Whitespace / through February 11

Arbus, Avedon, and Winograd: Photographs from the Collection / through February 19
Cross Country: The Power of Place in American Art, 1915-1950
High Museum of Art

The Highwaymen: Legacy of a Landscape
Auburn Avenue Research Library / through March 5

*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

Holly Coulis, Dishes and Fruits / through June 8
Atlanta Contemporary


GEORGIA

Augusta

*Amy Pleasant
Mary S. Byrd Gallery @ Augusta University / through February 3

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

Savannah

*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

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


ARKANSAS

Bentonville

The Art of American Dance / through January 16
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Little Rock

*”Sigh-Fi” / through March 3
University of Arkansas at Little Rock


FLORIDA

Jacksonville

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

Project Atrium: Nicola López / through February 26
Leaves: Recent Prints and Sculptures by Donald Martin / through July 22
MOCA Jacksonville

Miami

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

St. Petersburg

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

Tampa

Complicated Beauty: Contemporary Cuban Art / through January 22
Tampa Museum of Art


KENTUCKY

LEXINGTON

John Harlan Norris, “Disintegrants”
Institute 193 / through February 11

Louisville

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

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

*Anastasia Pelias, “Sisters” / through January 28
Jonathan Ferrera Gallery

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

Read More and Eli Hansen, “The Wrong Way Home”
Dawn Dedeaux, “I’ve Seen The Future and It Was Yesterday”

Arthur Roger Gallery / through February 18


NORTH CAROLINA

Chapel Hill

“Politics As Usual”  / through February 5
Ackland Art Museum

Charlotte

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


SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston

Painting A Nation: Hudson River School Landscapes / through April 23
The Gibbes Museum of Art


TENNESSEE

Memphis

Tributaries: Cozette Phillips / through January 22
Metal Museum

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

*Tad Lauritzen Wright, “The Politics of Power”
David Lusk Gallery Memphis / through January 28

Jerry Phillips, “maybe nothing was said/might be continued”
Tops Gallery / through February 14

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

Nashville

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

*”Various Positions”
Coop Gallery / through January 31

Hamlett Dobbins, I Will Have to Tell You Everything
Carlyle Wolf, “Garden”
David Lusk Gallery Nashville / through February 4

Richard Feaster, “Psych Pastorale”
Alex Lockwood, “Awful Things”
Zeitgeist Gallery / through February 25


VIRGINIA

Richmond

Jasper Johns and Edvard Munch: Love, Loss, and the Cycle of Life / through February 20
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

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