The List: Week of March 14

On Thursday, March 17, Kirstin Mitchell will be presenting her "Tropic of Gemini," a one-night performance and video exhibition at the Atlanta Contemporary.
On Thursday, March 17, Kirstin Mitchell will be presenting her “Tropic of Gemini,” a one-night performance and video exhibition at the Atlanta Contemporary.



Talk: Atlanta Women’s Poetry Collective
Decatur Library Auditorium / 7-9pm


Performance: LadyShakes
Atlanta Shakespeare Company / 7:30pm


*2016 Emerging Artist Award Reception & Ceremony
Chastain Arts Center / 5:30-8pm

*Talk: “Who Can Afford to Live in Atlanta”
Center for Civic Innovation / 6pm

Workshop: “Bleeding Expressions Writers Workshop”
Downtown Players Club / 8pm


*Talk: “Beyond the Numbers”
Woodruff Arts Center / 9:30-11:30am

*Performance & Video Installation: Kirstin Mitchell’s “Tropic of Gemini”
Atlanta Contemporary, presented by Dashboard /6-9pm

Workshop: Writers Exchange
Eyedrum / 7:30pm

Reading & Reception: Big Class Open Studio Program & “Mardi Gras After the Apocalypse”
Antenna Gallery, NOLA / 6-7pm


*Opening: Miya Bailey
Notch8 / 7-11pm

Opening: Jay Ray
Gallery EAV / 7-10pm

Reading: “DickLit”
Mammal Gallery / 8:30pm

Sound: Invent Room Pop 59
The Cleaners / 10pm


*Workshop: DRAW@MOCA with Sarah Hobbs
MOCA GA / 1-3pm

*Talk: Teresa Cole
Whitespace / 2pm

*Talk & Closing: “Where Are We Going, Where Have We Been”
MINT / 6-9pm

Talk: Larry Jens Anderson
Kai Lin Art / 3-5pm

Talk: Hannah Israel
Bosch Experience Center, Serenbe / 3pm

Sound: Chamber Cartel
Eyedrum / 8pm


Talk & Opening: “Early Mays and Image Perception”
Hammonds House Museum / 2-5pm; talk, 3pm



{Poem 88} / through March 16

Marcia Wood Gallery Midtown / through March 19

*“Where Are We Going, Where Have We Been”
MINT Gallery / through March 20


*Teresa Cole
Whitespace / through March 26

*“Vivid Imaging”
Kibbee Gallery / through March 26

“Personal Politics”
Hudgens Center for the Arts / through March 26

*Jonathan Becker
SCAD FASH / through April 1

Larry Jens Anderson
Kai Lin Art / through April 2

*Paul Stephen Benjamin
Gallery 72 / February 25-April 7

“Flight Lines: Abstract Photographs of Flying Machines”
Aviation Community Cultural Center / through April 8

“Maximum Craft”
Signature Shop / through April 9

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

Lauren Clay
Trois Gallery, SCAD Atlanta / through April 20

Ebony G. Patterson
Atlanta Contemporary / through April 21

*“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

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



*“Pictures of Us”
Lyndon House Arts Center / through March 5

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


Emily Williams
Fulcrum Gallery, Columbus State / through May 15


Michi Meko
Bob Owens Art Gallery, UNG / through March 11


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


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



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


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

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


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


Julia Barello / August 6
Turchin Center for the Visual Arts

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

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



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

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



Kevin Ford
Tops Gallery / February 27-April 9


ArtsMemphis / through March 18

*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



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


“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 Apr. 1

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