The List: Week of October 17

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Artist Hank Willis Thomas will speak about For Freedoms, the artist-run super PAC he co-founded, at the Carter Center on Wednesday, October 19 at 7pm. Together with over fifty artists, For Freedoms has developed art-based political projects all around the country and distributed images like this photograph by Carrie Mae Weems on banners, posters, and billboards.

* BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS


MONDAY, OCTOBER 17

Performance: “3everyday: Shrouded”
10th Street Park / 6pm

*ELEVATE: Microcosm Gallery Hours
Broad St. / 6-9pm

*Performance: Wohl + Glo + Sonic Generator
Sol LeWitt’s 54 Columns @ Highland Avenue & Glen Iris Drive / 7pm

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18

Performance: “3everyday: Shrouded”
Midtown MARTA Station / 6pm

Talk: It All Started with Thomas Askew
SCADshow / 6-8pm

*ELEVATE: Microcosm Gallery Hours
Broad St. / 6-9pm

Installation: “Her.”
Murmur / 6-9pm

*Performance: Wohl + Glo + Sonic Generator
Sol LeWitt’s 54 Columns @ Highland Avenue & Glen Iris Drive / 7pm

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19

Performance: “3everyday: Shrouded”
Tech Square / 6pm

*ELEVATE: Microcosm Gallery Hours
Broad St. / 6-9pm

*Performance: Jessica Scott Felder, Adornment
Spelman College Museum of Fine Art / 6:30-8pm

*Talk: Hank Willis Thomas
The Carter Center / 7pm

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20

Performance: “3everyday: Shrouded”
The Fox Theater / 6pm

*ELEVATE: Microcosm Gallery Hours
Broad St. / 6-9pm

Installation: “Her.”
Murmur / 6-9pm

*ELEVATE: Microcosm: Truth Booth
Broad St SW / 6-11pm

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21

Performance: “3everyday: Shrouded”
Hardy Ivy Park / 6pm

*ELEVATE: Microcosm Artist Talk
M. Rich Building / 6-7pm

*Opening: Jordan Stubbs, “TOO MUCH AT ONCE?”
Flatiron Building / 6-9pm

*ELEVATE: Microcosm Gallery Hours
Broad St. / 6-9pm

Installation: “Her.”
Murmur / 6-9pm

Glow in the Dark Print Party
Atlanta Printmakers Studio / 6:30-9:30pm

*Opening: Laura Bell, “Run Rampant”
Whitespace / 7-10pm

*Opening: Matthew Terrell, “The Exquisite Corpse of Film Photography”
whitespec / 7-10pm

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22

*Pasaquan Grand Re-opening
Buena Vista, Georgia / 10am-6pm

Performance: “3everyday: Shrouded”
Centennial Olympic Park / 6pm

Opening: “Sacred and Profane”
Signature Contemporary Craft / 6-8pm

2016 #weloveatl Gallery Show
787 Windsor / 7-11pm

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23

Performance: “3everyday: Shrouded”
CNN Center / 6pm


ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Atlanta

Lillian Blades, “Fractal Reflections”
September Gray Fine Art – Old Fourth Ward / through October 21

Deborah Llewllyn, “Water”
Atlanta Decorative Arts Center / through October 21

Cheryl Goldsleger, Recent Works
Sandler Hudson Gallery / through October 22

Evereman: Collaborations & Interpretations
Notch8 Gallery / through October 23

*Margaret Hiden and Nick Madden, “Have You Lived Here Long?”
Kibbee Gallery / through October 28

Gregor Turk, “Conflux”
Elizabeth Sockton, “Boundless”
Spalding Nix Fine Art / through October 28

*Paul Stephen Benjamin, God Bless America
{Poem88} / through October 29

*”Creature of What You Are”
Day & Night Projects / through October 29

Mary Anne Mitchell, “Meet Me in My Dreams”
Chastain Arts Center / through October 29

*mild climate, “breakfast lunch & dinner”
Atlanta Contemporary / through October 30

Ben Helton, “Messiah”
Brickworks Gallery / through October 31

Santiago Vanegas, “Considering Mortal”
Ger-Art / through October 30

A Cut Above: Wood Sculpture from the Gordon W. Bailey Collection / through October 30
*”Fever Within: The Art of Ronald Locket” / through January 8
Arbus, Avedon, and Winograd: Photographs from the Collection / through February 19
High Museum of Art

*Vent: Stereoscopic Photography by Peter Bahouth
Swan Coach House Gallery / through November 2

*Atlanta Celebrates Photography
*”Révélateur: The Handmade in Photography & Printmaking”
Mason Fine Art / through November 4

*”In the Real World”
*Davion Alston and Jeffrey Paclipan, “Objects of Thought”
*Bill Yates, “Sweetheart Roller Rink”
Hathaway Contemporary / through November 5

*Michi Meko, “Before We Blast Off: The Journey of Divine Forces”
Atlanta Contemporary / through November 6

*Sonya Clark: The Hair Craft Project
Welch School Galleries @ GSU / through November 11

“Southern Heritage”
*Vivian Maier, “A Deeper Look”
Lumière Gallery / through November 11

Visions: A Juried Exhibtion by Members of the Southeastern Photographic Society
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center / through November 11

*Working Artist Project: Jill Frank
Land Inhabited and Works of Baldwin Lee
MOCA GA / through November 19

Gonkar Gyatso, “Family Album”
Doorway to an Enlightened World: The Tibetan Shrine from the Alice S. Kandell Collection

Michael C. Carlos Museum / through November 27

*”Africa Forecast : Fashioning Contemporary Art”
Spelman Museum of Fine Art / through December 3

*Duane Michals, “The Narrative Photograph”
*Trine Søndergaard, “Guldnakke”
Jackson Fine Art / through December 3

*”This beautiful tangle”
Dalton Gallery @ Agnes Scott / through December 3

“Transitions: States of Being”
“Sleight of Hand”
Oliver Laric’s Versions 2012
Zuckerman Museum of Art / through December 4

“Bitter/Sweet” / through December 9
*Fathi Hassan, “Edge of Memory” / through May 26
Clark Atlanta University Art Museum

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

*ATLBNL
Atlanta Contemporary / through December 18

*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


GEORGIA

Athens

Abandoned Rural America / through October 20
Lyndon House Arts Center

Continuum: Space & Time in Contemporary Photography
UGA Lamar Dodd Galleries / through November 4

Augusta

Jowita Wyszomriska, Unseen Patterns
Westobou Gallery / through November 18

Savannah

*Jeffrey Gibson, “A Kind of Confession” / through October 23
Subodh Gupta, “Guests, Strangers, and Interlopers” / through January 15
*Bill Cunningham, “Grand Divertissement à Versailles”
 / through February 17
SCAD Museum of Art


FLORIDA

Fort Meyers

Glenn Branca and Philip Corner, “Re: Sound” 
Bob Rauschenberg Gallery @ FSW / through October 22

Jacksonville

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

Miami

Ida Applebroog
Laura Lima
Renaud Jerez
Susan Te Kahurangi King
ICA Miami / through October 30

Beatriz Santiago Muñoz / through November 13
Matthew Ronay / through January 15
Carlos Motta / through January 15
“Routes of Influence” / through July 18
Pérez Art Museum Miami

St. Augustine

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


St. Petersburg 

Mernet Larson, “Vantage Points” / through October 30
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg


KENTUCKY

Louisville

Layet Johnson, “Is This My Tongue”
Institute 193 / through October 22

Project 14: Drawn to Bodies
Zephyr Gallery / through October 22


LOUISIANA

New Orleans

Unfiltered Visions: 20th-Century Self-Taught American Art
New Orleans Museum of Art / through October 9


MISSISSIPPI

Jackson

When Modern Was Contemporary / through October 30
Reflections: Works by Modern Masters / through October 30
Mississippi Museum of Art


NORTH CAROLINA

Asheville

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

Boone

International Series: Contemporary Artists from Brazil 
Turchin Center for the Visual Arts  / through December 3

Chapel Hill

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

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

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

Raleigh

Gesche Würfel: Oppressive Architecture
CAM Raleigh / through December 4

 


TENNESSEE

Memphis

 

*Rotunda Projects: Yinka Shonibare MBE  / through November 6
*Selections from William Eggleston’s Portfolios / through spring 2017
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

Nashville

 

2016 Artist-in-Residence: Kensuke Yamada 
Cheekwood / through October 16


VIRGINIA

Richmond

*Gordon Parks: Back to Fort Scott
Virginia Museum of Fine Art / through October 30

*Conjurers
Visual Arts Center of Richmond / through December 23

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