To Do List: Week of May 15

Teresa Reeves, Channelling Joan Fontaine at Whitespace
Teresa Reeves, Channelling Joan Fontaine at Whitespace
Teresa Reeves’s show “Channeling Joan Fontaine,” inspired by the Hitchcock film Rebecca, opens at Whitespace on Friday, May 19, 7-10pm.

* BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 17

Talk: Victoria Camblin on “M4: Second Severn Crossing,” MINT’s Juried Exhibition
Hathaway Contemporary / 6:30-7:30pm

*Concert: Shotgun featuring Cousin Dan, in conjunction with the exhibition “Unloaded”
Marcia Wood Gallery / 8-10pm / $5

Home Is Where the Art Is: Alex and Emily West
Location disclosed with $25 ticket purchase / 6:30-8:30

THURSDAY, MAY 18

*Opening: Fuel and Lumber Company 
Atlanta Contemporary / 7-10pm

FRIDAY, MAY 19

*Opening: Teresa Reeves: Channeling Joan Fontaine 
Whitespace / 7-10pm

Opening: Megan Mosholder 
Made Again / 7-10pm

Opening: “This Is It” & Fundraiser for Create Your Dreams
Blue Mark Studios / 7-11pm

SATURDAY, MAY 20
*Event: Persephone 
Oakland Cemetery / 6-10pm / Ticketed

Digital Divide: group show
Midtown Players Club / 6pm

*Artist Talk & Closing Reception: Tori Tinsley: Locating Barbara 
Eyedrum / 4-6pm

Opening: WonderRoot Activist Print Studio launch
Ponce City Market / 5-8pm

MOCA Gala
MOCA GA / 6:30-9:30pm / $150


ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Atlanta

*Sascha Braunig: Bad Latch / through July 30
*Paul Anthony Smith: Walls Without Borders / through July 30
Ja’tovia M. Gary: An Ecstatic Experience / through May 14
Holly Coulis, Dishes and Fruits / through June 8
Atlanta Contemporary
*Daniel Arsham, “Hourglass” / through May 21
High Museum of Art

*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

*Unloaded: Art & Guns
Dashboard @ Marcia Wood Gallery / though May 20

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

*Nick Adams and Larkin Ford
Kibbee Gallery / through May 27

“Parallels: Holding Space,” Works by Kyle Henderson, Julie L. Sims, Steven L. Anderson, and Xenia Simos
Binders @ Ponce City Market /through May 27

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

Atlanta Jazz Festival in Photographs
Arnika Dawkins Gallery / through May 31

Call and Response, 40 Years of Atlanta Jazz Festival Art
Gallery 72 / through June 1

*The New South
Kai Lin Art / through June 2

*M4: Second Severn Crossing
MINT @ Hathaway Contemporary / through June 3

*In Tandem: Christopher Hutchinson & Jason Sweet
Day & Night Projects / through June 3

“You are Welcome, You’re Welcome”
Hambidge Creative Hive Project at Colony Square / through June 3

“Unravel,” Works byWorks by Lela Brunet, Tiffany Charesse, Pash Lima, Sanithna Phansavanh, & Shaun Thurston
Notch8 / through June 4

Atlanta Design Festival
ADAC / June 2 through June 11

Katherine Sandoz & Ashley Woodson Bailey 
Spalding Nix / through June 17

“Where Are We?” group show
Atlanta Photography Group / through June 17

*Abstracts: Brendan Carroll, Ben Steele & Zuzka Vaclavik 
{Poem 88} /through June 10

*Mark Leibert: Reflex
Sandler Hudson Gallery / through June 24

Locus
Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art / through June 25

*Daniel Biddy: Bicameral Obscura
Alan Avery Art Company / through June 30

Jeremy McCleary
Hi-Lo Press /through June 30

*Matthew Brandt & Ruud van Empel
Jackson Fine Art Gallery / through July 1

*Gathered III: Georgia Artists
MOCA GA / through July 1

*Trifecta: MFA candidates from Georgia Southern University, Georgia State University, and University of Georgia
GSU Welch Galleries / through Sept. 21


GEORGIA

Athens

*Domestic Structures, curated by Candice Greathouse
ATHICA, Athens / through June 3

Augusta
 5/Fifths Student Exhibition
Westobou Gallery / through May 20

Savannah
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

“Generation” Sawsan AlSaraf, Tamara Abdul Hadi, and Sundus Abdul Hadi
Telfair Museums / May 26 through September 17

*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

Demorest

Locus: Dana Jo Cooley, Andy Cherewick, Brian Hitselberger, Christi Harris, and Michael K. Paxton
Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art @ Piedmont College / through June 25


ALABAMA

Birmingham

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

kill switch: six contemporary artists invite us to reflect on loss, displacement, and hope
Beta Pictoris Gallery / through July 29

*Tyree Guyton & Sam Mackey
Stephen Smith Fine Art, Fairfield, AL

Mobile

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

Montgomery

Technique and Vision: A Snapshot of Photography’s Evolution / through July 2

Between Words and Images / through July 9
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts

ARKANSAS

Bentonville

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

FLORIDA

Jacksonville
Atrium Project: Lauren Fensterstock / through June 18
Iterations: Lorrie Fredette / through Sept. 10
MOCA Jacksonville

St. Petersburg

The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip / through June 4
Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg

Tampa

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

KENTUCKY

Lexington

Robert Tharsing, “Second-Hand Shapes”
Institute 193 / through May 20

Louisville

*Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art
Speed Art Museum / through October 14

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

Thread Lines
KMAC Museum / through August 6


LOUISIANA

New Orleans

*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”
The Center for Craft, Creativity and Design / through May 20

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

Spoleto Festival USA
Charleston Historic District / through June 11

Durham

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

Winston-Salem
Kirsten Stolle, “Disarm”
SECCA / through May 21

SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston

“Awakening V”  exterior installation by Vassiliki Falkehag
The Southern/ through May 19

TENNESSEE

Nashville
Irving Penn: Beyond Beauty / through May 29
“Pattern Recognition” / through October 8
Frist Center for the Visual Arts

Emily Leonard, “unfold” / through May 27
Outsider Artists: Bridging Communities / May 30 through July 1
David Lusk Gallery

Wesley Clark, The Prophet’s Library
Tinney Contemporary / May 13 through July 8

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

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

Jack Spencer: “This Land, an American Portrait”
David Lusk Gallery, Memphis / May 23 through July 1

VIRGINIA

Richmond

Yves Saint Laurent: The Perfection of Style / through August 27

A Commitment to the Community: The Black Photographers Annual, Volume I / through October 3
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

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

Reston

Greater Reston Arts Center / through June 20
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