ATLANTA

ATLANTA

Atlanta’s art community is dispersed throughout Georgia’s largest city and features a lively mix of traditional and contemporary art galleries, robust studio cooperatives, and DIY spaces, anchored by institutions such as the High Museum of Art and Atlanta Contemporary.

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High Museum of Art

High Museum of Art

The High Museum of Art is the leading art museum in the southeastern United States. With more than 13,000 works of art in its permanent collection Website Address 1280 Peachtree St NE FEATURED IN Making A Photograph of Mystery: In Conversation with Alex Harris A Lifelong Practice: Susan Cofer’s Draw Near at High Museum Proverb Boxes: Paa Joe at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Atlanta Contemporary

Atlanta Contemporary

Atlanta Contemporary engages the public through the creation, presentation and advancement of contemporary art. We're free admission, every day. Website Address 535 Means St NW FEATURED IN She is Here at Atlanta Contemporary William J. O’ Brien at Atlanta Contemporary
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MOCA GA

MOCA GA

Atlanta-based museum featuring works by Georgia artists in painting, print, sculpture and photography. Website Address 75 Bennett St NW FEATURED IN Residual Delicacy: Krista Clark in Atlanta Michi Meko at MOCA GA in Atlanta A Stitch in Time: Elizabeth Lide at MOCA GA
Spelman College Museum of Fine Art

Spelman College Museum of Fine Art

The only museum in the nation emphasizing art by and about women of the African Diaspora. Website Address 350 Spelman Ln SW FEATURED IN How Things Are Measured: Two Paintings by Amy Sherald Beverly Buchanan: Ruins and Rituals at Spelman Museum Black Angels: Mickalene Thomas at the Spelman Museum of Fine Art
Whitespace Gallery

Whitespace Gallery

This contemporary art gallery features varied mediums in a converted 1893 carriage house. Website Address 814 Edgewood Ave NE FEATURED IN Parallel at Whitespace, Atlanta A Curious Vexation: Sarah Emerson at Whitespace Gallery (Un)Sacred Geometries: Pete Schulte’s “The Lamplighter” at Whitespace
Clark Atlanta University Art Museum

Clark Atlanta University Art Museum

CAUAM's purpose is to collect, preserve, research, and exhibit fine art works that document the role of African Americans in American history and culture. Website Address 223 James P. Brawley Dr SW, Trevor Arnett Hall, 2nd Level FEATURED IN John Wilson’s Lost Mural: Remembering The Incident
Marcia Wood Gallery

Marcia Wood Gallery

Marcia Wood Gallery presents a diverse program of media including video, installation, digital media, sculpture and photography with an ongoing emphasis on painting. Website Address 263 Walker St SW FEATURED IN 3-Sided Square at Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta Pillow Talk: Bed at Marcia Wood Gallery
Jackson Fine Art

Jackson Fine Art

Jackson Fine Art has a near 30-year history in supporting fine art photography artists and collectors. Website Address 3115 E Shadowlawn Ave NE FEATURED IN What Liberation Looks Like: Sheila Pree Bright and Davion Alston in Conversation Meghann Riepenhoff at Jackson Fine Art in Atlanta, GA
Sandler Hudson Gallery

Sandler Hudson Gallery

With a commitment to the arts for 30 years, Sandler Hudson Gallery stands as one of the foremost contemporary art galleries in Atlanta, dedicated to promoting innovative and provocative works. Website Address 1000 Marietta St NW #116 FEATURED IN Recent Drawings at Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta
Swan Coach House Gallery

Swan Coach House Gallery

The Swan Coach House Gallery seeks to engage the Atlanta community through art exhibitions and educational programs. We support and promote primarily Southern artists and curators in a friendly gallery atmosphere. Website Address 3130 Slaton Dr NW FEATURED IN Paint Like Dreaming at Swan Coach House in Atlanta
Hathaway Contemporary

Hathaway Contemporary

Hathaway Contemporary seeks to foster and expand the contemporary art collector base in the Southeast by working with emerging to established artists whose work represents a variety of media. Website Address 887 Howell Mill Rd NW Suite 200 FEATURED IN Cult Classics: A Conversation with Craig Drennen Everything and Nothing You Need: Sarah Hobbs at Hathaway Gallery
Camayuhs

Camayuhs

Camayuhs is an artist run gallery located in the Peachtree Hills neighborhood of Atlanta. Programming aims to highlight emerging and mid-career artists via presentations of group and two person exhibitions. Website Address 137 Mobile Ave NE FEATURED IN Pas de Deux: Hannah Tarr and J. Michael Ford
Arnika Dawkins Gallery

Arnika Dawkins Gallery

Arnika Dawkins Gallery is devoted to presenting fine art from both emerging and established photographers, specializing in images by African Americans and of African Americans. Website Address 4600 Cascade Rd FEATURED IN Searching for the Underground Railroad: Jeanine Michna-Bales at Arnika Dawkins Gallery
Poem 88

Poem 88

Since 2010, Poem88 represents emerging and mid-career artists, and presents thoughtful and innovative explorations in a new artistic frontier. Website Address 1123 Zonolite Rd NE, Suite 20A FEATURED IN PAPRIKA at Poem 88, Atlanta
MINT

MINT

In 2006, MINT was founded by undergraduate students at Atlanta universities. The organization was established to create a space for emerging artists and patrons to find their voices. Website Address 680 Murphy Ave SW #4150, inside the MET FEATURED IN Freeze the Ham Bone: A Conversation with Hasani Sahlehe
Mason Fine Art

Mason Fine Art

Mason Fine Art's focus is a continually evolving selection of high quality contemporary works by regional, national, and international artists. Website Address 415 Plasters Ave NE FEATURED IN Stephen Hayes at Mason Fine Art, Atlanta On Black Masculinity: Joshua Rashaad McFadden at Mason Fine Art
SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film

SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film

SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film celebrates fashion as a universal language, garments as important conduits of identity, and film as an immersive and memorable medium. Website Address 1600 Peachtree Rd NW
Westside Cultural Arts Center

Westside Cultural Arts Center

The Gallery at Westside Cultural Arts Center features a rotating collection of local, national and international artists, cultural and community programming, and an artist in residence program. Website Address 760 10th St NW
Oglethorpe University Museum of Art

Oglethorpe University Museum of Art

OUMA is the only small liberal arts university museum in the Southeast that regularly shows nationally and internationally recognized exhibitions. Website Address 4484 Peachtree Road NE, Lowry Hall, 3rd Floor
National Center for Civil and Human Rights

National Center for Civil and Human Rights

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights harnesses Atlanta’s legacy of civil rights to strengthen the worldwide movement for human rights. Website Address 100 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW
Murmur

Murmur

Murmur Media is a unique community resource with programming that offers accessible and invaluable insight into Atlanta's DIY culture. Website Address 100 Broad St SW FEATURED IN The Silent Disruptions of “Extreme Weather,” at Murmur Barry Lee Bares His Soul in “How Nice” at Murmur
Auburn Avenue Research Library

Auburn Avenue Research Library

The Auburn Avenue Research Library is the first public library in the Southeast to offer specialized reference and archival collections dedicated to the study and research of African American culture and history and of other peoples of African descent. Website Address 101 Auburn Ave NE
Brickworks Gallery

Brickworks Gallery

Brickworks Gallery is dedicated to showcasing the work of talented and inspired artists whose work tells compelling stories. Website Address 686-A Greenwood Ave NE
Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design

Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design

GSU's galleries present exhibitions featuring works by national and international artists, local and regional artists, as well as by Georgia State students, faculty and alumni artists. Website Address 10 Peachtree Center Ave NE
David J. Spencer CDC Museum

David J. Spencer CDC Museum

This unique museum features award-winning permanent and changing exhibitions that focus on a variety of public health topics, as well as the history of CDC. The museum is free and open to the public. Website Address 1600 Clifton Rd
Day & Night Projects

Day & Night Projects

Day & Night Projects is an artist-run gallery which aims to provide opportunities for artists to exhibit in a non-commercial setting. Website Address 585 Wells St SW, #B1 FEATURED IN Collision at Day & Night Projects, Atlanta
Bill Lowe Gallery

Bill Lowe Gallery

The gallery's scope ranges from complex, narrative-driven, figurative works to those which skew to the extremes of meditative minimalism. Website Address 764 Miami Cir NE, #210
Callanwolde Gallery

Callanwolde Gallery

The Callanwolde Gallery, located in the historic Candler Mansion, emphasizing art by Atlanta area artists. Admission is free. Website Address 980 Briarcliff Rd. NE
ZuCot Gallery

ZuCot Gallery

ZuCot Gallery has grown to become the largest African American Fine Arts Gallery in the southeastern US; a place where like-minded individuals gather, network, and connect through the world of art. Website Address 100 Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW
Hi-Lo Press

Hi-Lo Press

Print studio providing design services, plus an exhibition space for emerging and established artists. Address Follow them on Instagram to get the location of their next show FEATURED IN Hi-Lo Press in Atlanta, Georgia
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Robert C. Wiliams Paper Museum at Georgia Tech

Robert C. Wiliams Paper Museum at Georgia Tech

An internationally renowned resource on the history of paper and paper technology with more than 2,000 books, the museum features a remarkable collection of over 10,000 watermarks, papers, tools, machines, and manuscripts. Website Address 500 10th St NW
Hudgens Center for Art and Learning

Hudgens Center for Art and Learning

The Hudgens Center showcases fine art exhibitions, arts enrichment classes, self-guided tours, a sculpture garden, and community outreach programs. Website Address 6400 Sugarloaf Pkwy, #300 FEATURED IN A Joyful Black Noise: Paul Stephen Benjamin at the Hudgens Center for Art
Alan Avery Art Company

Alan Avery Art Company

Alan Avery Art Company, now the oldest sustained art gallery in Atlanta, represents works by exciting and technically proficient emerging, mid-career, and internationally established artists. Website Address 656 Miami Cir NE FEATURED IN Recollections: Romare Bearden at Alan Avery Art Company In 200 Words: Harriet Leibowitz’s Southern Season at Alan Avery Art Company
September Gray Fine Art Gallery

September Gray Fine Art Gallery

SGAG is Atlanta’s premier gallery specializing in contemporary works by established, mid-career and emerging African American and African Diaspora artists. Website Address 75 Bennett St NW, Suite O-2
Thomas Deans Fine Art

Thomas Deans Fine Art

The gallery specializes in contemporary paintings, contemporary and historical works on paper, and selected sculpture and photography by American and international artists, from emerging to highly established. Website Address 690 Miami Cir NE, #905
Hammonds House Museum

Hammonds House Museum

Hammonds House Museum is a unique setting to explore the cultural diversity and legacy of artists of African descent. The Museum is the former residence of the late Dr. Otis Thrash Hammonds, a prominent Atlanta physician and a passionate arts patron. Website Address 503 Peeples St SW FEATURED IN “Dandy Lion” at Hammonds House Museum, Atlanta Black Lips: Masud Olufani at Hammonds House Museum, Atlanta Altered Altars: Albert Chong at Hammonds House
Maune Contemporary

Maune Contemporary

Maune Contemporary was founded by Heidi and Ramsey Maune out of their love for contemporary and modern art. The gallery specializes in limited edition fine art prints and unique works by renowned international artists whose work has been exhibited and are in the collections of museums worldwide. Website Address 747-A Miami Circle NE
Blue Mark Studios

Blue Mark Studios

Blue Mark Gallery works with all skill levels of artists and artisans to assist with career development, marketing, and increasing productivity through Blue Mark Studios. Website Address 892 Jefferson St NW
Michael C. Carlos Museum

Michael C. Carlos Museum

Established on Emory's campus, the museum holds a comprehensive collection from ancient Egypt, Nubia, and the Near East; Greece and Rome; the Americas; Africa; and Asia as well as a collection of works on paper from the Renaissance to the present. Website Address 571 South Kilgo Cir NE
Chastain Art Center

Chastain Art Center

Chastain Arts Center is an educational facility that offers classes, workshops, and exhibits in a variety of creative mediums. Website Address 135 Chastain Park Ave NW
THE END Project Space

THE END Project Space

THE END Project Space is a non-profit exhibition space committed to the presentation of new artwork by Atlanta artists, or artists with significant connection to Atlanta. Website Address 1870 Murphy Avenue SW
Atlanta Photography Group

Atlanta Photography Group

APG hosts exhibitions, critiques, discussions, meetings, and workshops in its gallery space at the Tula Art Center. Website Address 75 Bennett St NW, B-1
Zuckerman Museum of Art

Zuckerman Museum of Art

The Zuckerman presents significant works from Kennesaw State University’s permanent art collection and regularly exhibits contemporary works of various media by local and nationally-recognized artists. Website Address 492 Prillaman Way FEATURED IN Varieties of Black Abstraction at the Zuckerman Museum of Art American Carnage: Sarah Emerson’s “Are We the Monsters” at the Zuckerman Museum of Art “Hearsay” Casts Wide Net at Zuckerman Museum
Gallery 72

Gallery 72

Gallery 72 is a municipally owned art gallery focused on serving local talent including individual artists, local galleries, arts organizations, and curators. Website Address 72 Marietta St NW FEATURED IN “Ghost Slavery” Unveils the Human Trafficking Around You, at Gallery 72
Kai Lin Art

Kai Lin Art

Kai Lin Art is a modern and contemporary art gallery dedicated to promoting emerging and established artists in the Southeast and beyond. Website Address 999 Brady Ave NW, #7 FEATURED IN Living Off the Land: Carly Drew at Kai Lin Art Merging Dualities: Elliston Roshi & Lela Brunet at Kai Lin Art
Reeves House Visual Arts Center

Reeves House Visual Arts Center

The Reeves House Visual Arts Center boasts an expansive open-plan exhibition space, a gallery dedicated to local history, a large studio space for art classes, and a coffee shop/wine bar. Website Address 734 Reeves St, Woodstock
Free Market Gallery

Free Market Gallery

Free Market Gallery creates a space and a means to appreciate, interact with, and purchase art for a broad spectrum of art consumer. Website Address 1193 Howell Mill Rd NW