The List: Week of April 11

BURNAWAY presents the talk "What Is a Publication Today" by New York and London-based writer Orit Gat at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia on April 14 at 7pm.
BURNAWAY presents the talk “What Is a Publication Today” by New York and London-based writer Orit Gat at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia on April 14 at 7pm.

* BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS


MONDAY, APRIL 11

*Sound: Deerhunter
Variety Playhouse / 7pm

Screening: Film Bar Mondays
Joystick Bar / 6pm

Mammal Monday Draw
Mammal Gallery / 8pm

TUESDAY, APRIL 12

Workshop: Fiscal Sponsorship for Artists
C4 Atlanta / 2-3:30pm

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13

Open Studios
Helium Arts Center / 5:30-9:30pm

Screening: “Ghost Town to Havana”
CAC, NOLA / 7pm

Cynthia Farnell's duel installations "Ancestors" and "Milk and Wine" open at Gallery 72 on Thursday April 14; opening reception from 6-9pm.
Cynthia Farnell’s duel installations “Ancestors” and “Milk and Wine” open at Gallery 72 on Thursday April 14; opening reception from 6-9pm.

THURSDAY, APRIL 14

*BURNAWAY PRESENTS: Talk: Orit Gat, “What is Publication Today?”
MOCA GA / 7pm

*Opening: Cynthia Farnell
Gallery 72 / 6-9pm

*Opening: Kelly Kristin Jones
Swan Coach House Gallery / 6-9pm

*Opening: “Love/d & Sex/ed”
Mammal Gallery / 7pm

Talk: American Women Artists in Dialogue: Deanna Sirlin and Maggie Davis
Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, Alpharetta Branch / 6:30pm

Reading: Ginger Murchison & Eric Nelson
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center / 7:30-9pm

Performance: Sweet Tea: A Queer Variety Show
Eyedrum / 9pm

FRIDAY, APRIL 15

Exhibition Tour: Basquiat & Iris Van Halpern with Cathy Nash
High Museum / 7-10pm

Talk: “Personal Myth in Turbulent Times”
Jung Society of Atlanta / 7:30pm

Sound: Rakim
Center Stage / 9pm

*Performance: Erin Ellen Kelley
Parse, NOLA / 8pm

Ashley Anderson's "The 101 Views of Mt. Fuji," which documents the representation of Mt. Fuji through the annals of video game culture, opens Saturday, April 16 at Eyedrum.
Ashley Anderson’s “The 101 Views of Mt. Fuji,” which documents the representation of Mt. Fuji through the annals of video game culture, opens Saturday, April 16 at Eyedrum.

SATURDAY, APRIL 16

*Talk: Love/d & Sex/ed: Conversations on Sex
Mammal Gallery / 3-8pm

*Performance: Hormuz Minina: Hop Skip Jump
{Poem 88} / 4-8pm

*Opening: Ashley Anderson
Eyedrum / 6pm

*Opening: Jermaine Clark
Gallery L1 / 6-10pm

 

Opening: Kyle Brooks (aka BLACKCATTIPS)
Paper Ghost Studio / 6-10pm

Illumine: Art and Light in the Gardens
Oakland Cemetery / 6-10pm

Opening: “Black Flight 144”
Aviation Community Cultural Center / 6-9pm

*Opening & Talk: Lobby Projects
BMA, BIRMINGHAM / 6-9pm

*Performance: Erin Ellen Kelley
Parse, NOLA / 8pm


CLOSING SOON!

*Last Saturday to See: Performance: Hormuz Minina: Hop Skip Jump
{Poem 88} / April 16, 4-8pm

*Andrew Moore: Dirt Meridien
*William Klein: Paris + New York + Roma
*Maude Schuyler Clay: Mississippi History
Jackson Fine Art / through April 16

Jay Ray
Gallery EAV / through April 17

Lauren Clay
Trois Gallery, SCAD Atlanta / through April 20

Ebony G. Patterson
Atlanta Contemporary / through April 21


ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

*Andrew Moore: Dirt Meridien
*William Klein: Paris + New York + Roma
*Maude Schuyler Clay: Mississippi History
Jackson Fine Art / through April 16

Jay Ray
Gallery EAV / through April 17

Lauren Clay
Trois Gallery, SCAD Atlanta / through April 20

Ebony G. Patterson
Atlanta Contemporary / through April 21

Miya Bailey
Notch8 / through April 24

Kim Piotroski
Marcia Wood Midtown / through April 30

 “The Green Mantle”
Kibbee Gallery / through April 30

*“The 5th of July”
Atlanta Contemporary / through May 1

*Don Cooper
Sandler Hudson Gallery / through May 7

*“Black Chronicles II”
Spelman Museum / through May 14

 “The New South”
Kai Lin Art / through May 14

Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion / through May 15
What is Near: Reflections on Home / through May 22
Vik Muniz / Feb. 28-May 29
Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks / Feb. 28-May 29
High Museum

*“Art AIDS America”
Zuckerman Museum of Art / through May 22

*“This Postman Collects: The Rapture of Kerry and Betty C. Davis”
Clark Atlanta University Galleries / through July 1

Fahamu Pecou
National Center for Civil and Human Rights / through August 20


GEORGIA

Athens

*“Pictures of Us”
Lyndon House Arts Center / through March 30

George Segal / through March 9
Twists and Turns: Sculptures by Alice Aycock / through September 4
Georgia Museum of Art

“Chain Reaction”
Gallery at Hotel Indigo

Columbus

Emily Williams
Fulcrum Gallery, Columbus State / through May 15

Savannah

Steven & William Ladd: Blood Bound / through May 1
Alec Soth: Georgia Dispatch / through May 3
Daniel Arsham: The Future Was Then / through July 24
SCAD Museum of Art

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


ARKANSAS

Little Rock

Arkansas Arts Center Life in Light: Photographic Travels Through Latin America / through February 14
Nathalia Edenmont: Force of Nature / through May 1
Arkansas Arts Center

Matthew Kerkhof / “My Psychedelic American Dream Garage”
Good Weather Gallery / through March 19


ALABAMA

Birmingham

Haitian Flags from the Cargo Collection
Birmingham Museum of Art / through May 15


FLORIDA

St. Augustine
“Finding Your Way”
Monya Rowe Gallery / through May 1

Jacksonville
“In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking” / through May 15
MOCA Jacksonville


LOUISIANA

New Orleans

“Mardi Gras After the Apocalypse”
Antenna Gallery / through April 3

“Emotional Signs”
Good Children Gallery / through April 3

John Isiah Walton
Vanessa R. Centeno
Rosa Byun, Steph Marcus, & Sean Starwars
The Front / through March 6

Kathleen Ariatti Banton 
Anita Cooke
Jonathan Ferrara Gallery / through March 26

Robert Kelly / Thomas Kelly
Octavia Gallery / March 5 – March 26

Benjamin Shamback
LeMieux Galleries / through March 26

Sarah House
The Ogden Museum / through March 29

Andres Serrano
Boyd|Satellite / through March 29

Desmond Matsuo
The Foundation Gallery / March 7 – April 4

Kate Clark / Andrea Deszo
Newcomb Art Museum, Tulane University / through April 10

 Cheryl Donegan / Wayne Gonzales / Amy Feldman / Lisa Sanditz / Jim Richard
Arthur Roger Gallery / March 5 – April 23

*Adam Pendleton
CAC NOLA / April 1 – June 16

“Group Show 2016”
Martine Chaisson Gallery / through June 25

“From the Big Apple to the Big Easy”
The Presbytère, Louisiana State Museum / through December 4, 2016


NORTH CAROLINA

Boone
Julia Barello / August 6
Turchin Center for the Visual Arts

Raleigh
Chisel and Forge: Works by Peter Oakley & Elizabeth Brim / through March 20
The Energy of Youth: Depicting Childhood in the NCMA’s  / through April 3
Wolfgang Staehle / February 13-June 5
North Carolina Museum of Art

Winston-Salem
*”The Future We Remember
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) / through June 5


SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston

*“The Talking Cure”
Redux Contemporary / through March 12

Columbia
*“REMIX: Themes and Variations in African-American Art”
Columbia Museum of Art / through May 3


TENNESSEE

Memphis

Kevin Ford
Tops Gallery / February 27-April 9

“Assembled”

ArtsMemphis / through March 18

Nashville
*Nora Sturges
*KJ Schumacher
David Lusk Gallery / through March 26

“This is Our War”
Red Arrow Gallery / through March 6

*“Guido van der Werve: Nummers 2 6 8 14”
Frist Center for Visual Arts / through May 1

*Jane Baddock
Tinney Contemporary / through March 12


VIRGINIA

Charlottesville

*”Richard Serra: Prints” / through May 8
*Jacob Lawrence / through June 5
Fralin Museum of Art, UVA

Richmond

“The Likeness of Labor” / through April 24
Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic / June 11-September 5
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Virginia Beach

*Courtney Mattison: Sea Change
*Crystal Wagner: Surface Tension
*John Rudel: Absorb, Resist Edit, and Seek
Virginia MOCA / through April 1

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