The List: Week of March 20

Marcia Wood Gallery celebrates its recently announced representation of Cosmo Whyte (pictured in his studio) with the opening of "Opening Scene" on Wednesday evening. The show also includes work by Mie Yie, Deb Lawrence, Benjamin Britton, and Robert Sagerman.
Marcia Wood Gallery celebrates representation of Cosmo Whyte (pictured in his studio) with the opening of “Opening Scene” on Wednesday evening. The show also includes work by Mie Yie, Deb Lawrence, Benjamin Britton, and Robert Sagerman.



*Print Workshop with Katrina Andry
Atlanta Printmakers Studio / 6-9pm


Talk: Nicole Pietrantoni
UGA Dodd Galleries, Athens / 12pm

Screening: The Exorcist / 4pm
*Talk: Craig Drennen and Paul Pfeiffer in Conversation / 6-8pm
UGA Dodd Galleries, Athens

*Opening: “Opening Scene”
Marcia Wood Gallery / 7-10pm


Opening: Spring MFA Exhibitions: Ben B. Lee, Tyler Mann, Elham Masoudi
GSU Welch Galleries / 5:30-9pm

Closing: Dodd Galleries Spring Exhibitions
UGA Dodd Galleries, Athens / 6pm

Opening: 42nd Juried Exhibition
Lyndon House Arts Center, Athens / 6-8pm

Talk: William A. Bridges Jr., “Black and White to Color and Digital: The Visual Odyssey of A Photojournalist”
Citizen Supply @ Ponce City Market / 7-9pm

*Performance: Blues / Opera / Art
Atlanta Contemporary / 7-9pm

Performance: T Lang Dance, “POST”
Fort McPherson / 7-10pm

Performance: David Allen Nelson, Jeremy Ayers’s Canray Poole
ATHICA, Athens / 7:30-9:30pm

Screening: WonderRoot’s Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Series
Plaza Theatre / 7:30-9:30pm


“Art Matters: The Material Lives of Objects” – Art History Graduate Forum Symposium
66 Courtland St SE / 9:30am-3pm

*Performance: Tanz Farm – Eiko, A Body in Places
Between 15th St. + 14th St. on Peachtree St. NW / 5:30pm

*Opening: P. Seth Thompson, “Insufficient Data for an Image”
Sandler Hudson / 7-9pm

Performance: T Lang Dance, “POST”
Fort McPherson / 7-10pm


Opening and Talk: “The Imaginary Zoo”
Abernathy Arts Center / 11am-1pm

*Talk: Smoke School of Art, “Rethinking Intersectional Feminism”
Aviation Community Cultural Center / 12pm

Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon: Art + Feminism
UGA Dodd School of Art Library, Athens / 12:30-5pm

Downtown Atlanta Photo Walk
Eyedrum / 1:30-4:30pm

*Screening: Thumbs Up for Mother Universe
Atlanta Contemporary / 2-4pm

*Performance: Tanz Farm – Eiko, A Body in Places
Between 15th St. + 14th St. on Peachtree St. NW / 2:30pm

*7th Annual {Re}HAPPENING
Black Mountain College Museum + Art Center, Asheville, NC / 3-10pm

*Opening: Sam Davis, Orion Martin, and Kira Scerbin, “The last straw of our carrying”
Species / 6-8pm

Opening: “CHUTE Phase II” + Hearts Fair Gala
Hearts to Nourish Hope / 7-10pm

Performance: T Lang Dance, “POST”
Fort McPherson / 7-10pm

Felicia Garcia, “The Black Women’s Happiness Project”
Parlor / 7-10pm

*Opening: Art Party No. 17, Aaron Whitehead
138 Berean Ave. SE / 8pm-3am


*Talk: Tanz Farm – “Artist as Migrant”
The Goat Farm Arts Center / 12-2pm



Flavio Galvan, “Delicious Fire”
Bill Lowe Gallery / through March 24

*”The Translated Mark”
Art Werger, “Illuminated Tales”
Whitespace / through March 25

Smoke School of Art, “Where My Wings At?”
Aviation Community Cultural Center / through March 25

*Doppler Projects, “CHUTE”
Blue Mark Studios / through March 27

*Jeanine Michna-Bales, “Through Darkness into Light: Seeking Freedom on the Underground Railroad”
Arnika Dawkins Gallery / through March 31

*Mindy Rose Schwartz, “Alien Head Keychains” / through March 19
*Lonnie Holley, “I Snuck Off the Slave Ship” / through April 2
Institute 193, “Swimming Them Homeward” / through April 30
Holly Coulis, Dishes and Fruits / through June 8
Atlanta Contemporary

ZuCot Gallery / through April 3

*”Painters in Print”
Mammal Gallery / through April 7

*Tori Tinsley, “Echolalia”
CenterForm / through April 7

“Outliers: On the Road to Terminus”
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center / through April 7

*”Residual: An Alternative Printmaking Exhibition”
Eyedrum 86 Forsyth St. / through April 8

*”Departures: Out of the Frame and Off-the-Walls”
Eyedrum 88 Forsyth St. / through April 8

In Search of Noble Marbles: The Earliest Travelers to Greece / through April 9
Desire and Consumption: The New World in the Age of Shakespeare / through April 9
Coiling Culture: Basketry Art of Native North America / through August 2018
Michael C. Carlos Museum @ Emory University

*”The Gathering”
WonderRoot / through April 14

*”My One and Only”
Mason Fine Art / through April 14

APS Print Biennial + Norman Wagner
Kai Lin Art / through April 14

*Opening: Sally Gall, “Aerial”
*Opening: Layla Essaydi, “Bullets”
David Stephenson, “Domes & Vaults”
Jackson Fine Art / through April 15

*Opening: Spencer Sloan, “Celebrity Candids”
Opening: Landon Nordeman, “Out of Fashion”
Opening: Lisa Tuttle, “Multiplicity”
Spalding Nix Fine Art / through April 15

*”Master Prints”
Alan Avery Art Company / through April 15

Maxine Hess, “Hidden in Plain Sight” / through April 15
Fran O’Neil, “Moving Through” / through May 31
Hathaway Contemporary

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

*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

*”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)

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

*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

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



Nicole Pietrantoni: The Falls / through March 23
condition: fresh—UTK 3D MFA / through March 23
“Alter Ego” / through March 24
Lamar Dodd Galleries @ UGA

*Andrew Boatright, Kojo Griffin, Kirstin Mitchell: “Parallel Play”
The Finishing School / through March 29

To Spin a Yarn: Distaffs, Folk Art and Material Culture / through April 16
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


*“The Personal is Political”
Non-Fiction Gallery / through March 21

“Alt-AI” / through March 26
Re-embodied: From Information to Sculpture / through April 9
*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



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


*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


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


“Picturing Springtime” / through April 9
Sewn Together: Two Centuries of Alabama Quilts / through April 16
Pairs and Partners: Curatorial Conversations / through April 16
Nature, Tradition & Innovation / through April 23
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts



Nasty Woman
Russell Fine Arts Gallery, Henderson State University / through March 30


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

Little Rock

*Dylan Spaysky, “Wicker and Diapers”
Good Weather Gallery / through April 8

Ansel Adams: Early Photography
Herman Maril: The Strong Forms of Our Experience
Arkansas Arts Center / through April 16



Gallery Protocol / through March 2017


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


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


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

Joe Griffiths, “Vacuum Bait”
Tempus Projects / through April 15



Moses Tolliver, “Self-Portraits of Me”
Institute 193 / through March 25


Project 16: Deliberation
Zephyr Gallery / through March 25

William J. O’Brien, “Oscillates Wildly”
Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft / through April 9

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


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



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


*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


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



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



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


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

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



*Rudy Shepherd, “We Are All Trayvon Martin”
1708 Gallery / through March 25

Virginia Beach

*Mindful: Exploring Mental Health through Art
Nevet Yitzhak: WarCraft
Jamie Betts: Left Behind
New Waves 2017
Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art / through April 16

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