The List: The Week of August 15

The City of Atlanta has designated Saturday, August 21, 2016 as Laura Patricia Calle Day in memory of the late programming director of Living Walls. Join the Calle family and Living Walls at 97 Estoria from 6:30 until 11 pm as they celebrate Laura's life and work and announce the recipient of the public art grant that bears her name.
In memory of the late programming director of Living Walls, the City of Atlanta has designated Sunday, August 21, 2016 as Laura Patricia Calle Day. Join the Calle family and Living Walls at 97 Estoria from 6:30 until 11 pm as they celebrate Laura’s life and work and announce the recipient of the public art grant that bears her name. Read BURNAWAY’s story on Calle’s memorial mural here.



Talk: BlackCatTips (Kyle Brooks)
The Art Institute of Atlanta / 12-2pm

Art and Social League: Wine and Coloring Night
MOCA GA / 7-8:30pm

Talk: The Psychic Hold of Slavery: Legacies in American Expressive Culture
Auburn Avenue Research Library / 7pm


Westside Art Walk
Westside Arts District / 6-9pm

Closing Reception: “Creecy”
MOCA GA / 6:30-8:30pm


Opening: “Photographs About Nothing” + “Communion” 
Atlanta Photography Group / 6:30-9pm

Opening: CoCo 144 / Shie Moreno / “Art with a Future”
Mason Fine Art / 6-9pm

*Screening: Isaiah Medina, 88:88
Eyedrum / 8pm


*Grant Writing Class for Artists
C4 Atlanta / 10:30am-1:30pm

Draw @ MOCA: Orion Wertz
MOCA GA / 1-3pm

*Talk: William Downs and Michael Reese, moderated by Michi Meko
Sandler Hudson / 2pm

Documentum Issue 2 Release Party
Cover Books / 2-5pm

*Opening: “Community: A Group Exhibition” 
Hathaway Contemporary / 6-9pm


*Laura Patricia Calle Day
97 Estoria / 6:30-11pm


*Reading: Adam Robinson, Amy McDaniel, Jay Ritchie
Mammal Gallery / 7-9pm


Caren Stansell, “Home is Where the Heart Is”
Paper Plane Gallery / 7-10pm


*Art Party 2016
*Opening: “ATLBNL”
Atlanta Contemporary / 7pm-12am



Vik Muniz / through August 21
*Walker Evans / through September 11
“What is Near: Reflections on Home” / through September 11
A Cut Above: Wood Sculpture from the Gordon W. Bailey Collection / through October 30
High Museum of Art

Ealy Mays and Image Perception
Hammonds House Satellite Gallery at Auburn Avenue Research Library/ through August 15

“The Sofa Show”
Highland Walk Apartments / through August 20

Kibbee Gallery / through August 27

Nancy Van Devender, “Red Roux Gumbo”
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center / through August 27

Marcia Wood Midtown / through August 27

Maya Stein, “Disappearing South”
Mammal Gallery / through August 27

Frank Schroeder, “Hidden Show”
Bill Lowe Gallery / through August 31

MSA Select
Gallery 72 / through September 1

*”The Garden of Unearthly Delights: Hieronymus Bosch in the 21st Century”
Whitespace / through September 3

Lyle Owerko and Holly Anders
Jackson Fine Art / through September 3

Jeremy Brown, “This I Know”
Patrick Heagney, “Paper Thin”
Blockhead, “Block Party”
Kai Lin Art / through September 3

Grand Reopening: Group Show
Alan Avery Art Company / through September 3

“Before I’m Gone, Vol. 2: The Art of Miya Bailey”
Notch8 / through September 4

*William Downs and Michael Reese, “Call and Response”
Sandler Hudson / through September 9

*Masud Olufani, “Poetics of Disembodiment”
MOCA GA / through September 10

*Mike Black and Phillip Buntin, “Loud and Quiet”
{Poem88} / through September 10

*”Embody, Embed, Invoke”
Eyedrum / through September 10

WonderRoot’s Walthall Fellows, “I Opened My Eyes. I Changed My Mind”
MOCA GA / through September 10

BlackCatTips (Kyle Brooks), “Just South of Love”
The Art Institute of Atlanta / through September 17

*Larry Walker
*Dawn Haynie and Jess Jones, “Parallels”
Ernest G. Welch Galleries / through September 19

*Amie Laurel Esslinger and Lauren Michelle Peterson, “Systems”
Swan Coach House Gallery / through September 23

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

Doorway to an Enlightened World: The Tibetan Shrine from the Alice S. Kandell Collection
Michael C. Carlos Museum / through November 27



*Mixografia and Taller de Gráfica Mexicana / through August 21
Twists and Turns: Sculptures by Alice Aycock / through September 4
Georgia Museum of Art

Watered Down: Under the Influence of John Waters
ATHICA / through September 18

Rabun Gap

Foxfire: Weaving A Visual History
Hambidge Gallery / through September 24


“Reminiscent of Time Passed” / through August 21
“A Poem in the Form of Flowers” / through September 4
“Built, World” / through September 4
Carolina Herrara, “Refined Irreverence” / through September 4
*Janet Biggs, “Afar” / through July 24
Mildred Thompson, “Resonance: Selected Works from the 1990s” / through October 2
Jeffrey Gibson, “A Kind of Confession” / through October 23
Subodh Gupta, “Guests, Strangers, and Interlopers” / through January 15
SCAD Museum of Art

*”State of the Art”
Jepson Center, Telfair Museums / through September 4



*Bethany Collins, “The Problem We All Live With”
Birmingham Museum of Art / through August 28

Yaacov Agam, “Metamorphic”
*María Magdalena Campos-Pons, “Picturing/Performing the Self”
American Sublime: Selections from the Jack and Susan Warner Collection
UAB Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts / through August 20


*Janet Cardiff, Forty-Part Motet
Mobile Museum of Art / through September 25


Women’s Work: Prints from the Collection
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts / through September 25



Black Unity / through September 5
Philip Haas, The Four Seasons / through September 12
American Made: Treasures from the American Folk Art Museum / through September 19
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Little Rock

The 58th Annual Delta Exhibition
Arkansas Arts Center / through August 28

*Tony Hope, “HIDE”
Good Weather Gallery / through September 3


Fort Meyers

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


“Third Wave :) – FERMENTER Group Show, vol. 3”
Gallery Protocol / through September 12


Confronting the Canvas: Women of Abstraction
MOCA Jacksonvillle / through Sept. 4

David Hayes, “The Sentinel Series” / through October 2
LIFT: Contemporary Expressions of the African American Experience / through  February 12
Cummer Museum of Art


“The Lives of Books”
Dina Mitrani Gallery / through August 27

“Wrap Your Arms Around Me”
Gallery Diet / through September 3

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

Sheela Gowda / through August 21
Michele Oka Doner / through September 11
Stan Douglas, Luanda-Kinshasa / through September 25
Robert Rauschenberg / through October 9
Beatriz Santiago Muñoz / through November 13
Matthew Ronay / through January 15
Carlos Motta / through January 15
“Routes of Influence” / through July 18
*Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks / through October 16
Pérez Art Museum Miami

“Handmade Rituals”
“Somewhere Between Here and There / Somewhere Between Me and You”
David Castillo Gallery / through September 3

St. Petersburg 

Shana Moulton, “Journeys Out of the Body” / through October 9
Mernet Larson, “Vantage Points” / through October 30
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg


“My Little Town” 
Tempus Projects / through September 17



*”Project 13-Re: Place”
Zephyr Gallery / through August 20

“Material Issue”
Kentucky Museum of Art and Crafts / through September 25


New Orleans

Scott Andresen, “Contronym”
Good Children Gallery / through September 4

Kelly A. Mueller, Kathleen Saunders, Ryn Wilson, Michael Arcos
The Front / through September 4

Ben Fox-McCord, “A beginning, an end, and the nothing in-between”
Antenna / through September 4

*George Dureau
Jenny Leblanc and Kyle Bravo
Bunny Matthews, “Before and After”
Arthur Rogers Gallery / through September 17

*”2 Freaky 2 Friday”
Pelican Bomb / through September 18

James Flynn, “Quantum Noûs”
Callan Contemporary / through September 24

“THINGS: a still life show”
5 Press Gallery / through September 25

*”A Building With A View”: Experiments in Anarchitecture
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans / through October 1

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



Lee Kroll’s Terminal Yards & Artists from the Armory Show / through Sept. 4
When Modern Was Contemporary / through October 30
Reflections: Works by Modern Masters / through October 30
Mississippi Museum of Art



*M.C. Richards, “Centering: Life + Art, 100 Years”
Black Mountain College Museum / through August 20

Warped: An Exhibition on Sound and Weaving
Center for Craft, Creativity and Design / through August 20


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

Chapel Hill

All About America: Photographs by Burk Uzzle / through September 11
“Politics As Usual” / through February 5
Ackland Art Museum


McColl Center for Art + Innovation  / through August 21

Here and Now: 80 Years of Photography at the Mint
The Mint Museum  / through September 18

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


Buzz Uzzle: Southern Landscapes
The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University / through September 18


Matisse Drawings: Curated by Ellsworth Kelly / through September 18
Plant Lithographs by Ellsworth Kelly, 1964-1966 / through September 18
Henri Matisse: Selections from the Cone Collection / through October 16
The Weatherspoon Art Museum


*Martine Gutierrez, “We and them and me”
CAM Raleigh / through August 21

Geary / Grillo
Lump / through August 27

Ian F.G. Dunn, “Spectrophobia”
Flanders Gallery / through August 29

Andrew Hladky, “Its Some Kynd of Thing It Aint Us But Yet Its In Us”
Artspace Gallery One / through September 5

Davis Choun
Artspace HQ Raleigh / through September 24

*Lincoln Hancock, “Flag”
Artspace Satellite at FLIGHT / through late September


*A Legacy Reunited: The Gordon and Copey Hanes Print Collection 
The Diggs Gallery @ Winston-Salem State University / through September 19

“With Open Eyes” / through October 2
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art



Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture  / through August 28


Price is Right
David Lusk Gallery, Memphis  / through August 27

“Anthology: Somewhere Not Here”
Crosstown Arts Center  / through September 19


Zeitgeist Retrospective
Zeitgeist Gallery / through August 25

Summer Selections
CG2 Gallery / through August 26

Price is Right
David Lusk Gallery, Nashville / through August 27

Courtney Puckett, “The Calendar Series”
Coop Gallery / through August 27

Barry Doupé, “Life and People and Ponytail” 
Mild Climate / through October 6

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



*Kehinde Wiley, “A New Republic”
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts / through September 5

Andy Warhol: Icons
The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia / through September 18

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