The List: Week of September 12

BURNAWAY is pleased to present a free public talk by Glasstire founder Rainey Knudson on September 15 at 7 pm at Atlanta Contemporary. Rainey, who is visiting Atlanta as a mentor in our Art Writers Mentorship Program, will speak on the topic of regional negative criticism. Find out more here, and RSVP on Facebook.
BURNAWAY is pleased to present a free public talk by Glasstire founder Rainey Knudson (far right) on September 15 at 7 pm at Atlanta Contemporary. Rainey, who is visiting Atlanta as a mentor in our Art Writers Mentorship Program, will speak on the topic of regional negative criticism.

* BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS


MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

Talk: Ryan Shin, Welch Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series
GSU Art & Humanities 505 / 4:45pm

Noticing Walk with subRosa
Murmur / 6pm

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

Talk: Ryan Shin, Welch Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series
GSU Art & Humanities 505 / 5:30pm

*Opening: subRosa
Murmur / 6:30pm

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

September Westside Art Walk
Westside Art District / 6-9pm

*Opening and Talk: “Africa Forecast: Fashioning Contemporary Art”
Spelman Museum of Fine Art/ 6:30pm

Opening: “Still Raising Hell: The Art, Activism, and Archives of Camille Billops and James V. Hatch”
Robert W. Woodruff Library at Emory University / 6:30pm

*Talk: BURNAWAY presents Rainey Knudson of Glasstire
Atlanta Contemporary / 7pm

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

Opening: “Southern Refuge: Portraits of America’s Most Diverse Square Mile”
Refugee Coffee Co. / 6-10pm

Opening: Cheryl Goldsleger, Recent Works
Sandler Hudson Gallery / 7-9pm

Opening: Jennifer J L Jones, “Light Dwelling”
Alan Avery Art Company / 7-10pm

Opening: “Evereman: Collaborations & Interpretations”
Notch8 Gallery / 7-11pm

*Talk: “Photography in Contemporary Tibetan Art: Method, Memory, and Modernity”
Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University / 7:30-8:30pm

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

*Opening: Paul Stephen Benjamin, “God Bless America”
{Poem88} / 6pm

*Opening: Ally White, “No Worries”
Eyedrum / 6-11:45pm

Mike Lowery Book Launch and Open Sudio
Paper Ghost Studio / 6-10pm

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

Deer Bear Wolf Magazine #4 Release Party
Mammal Gallery / 8-11pm

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

*Talk: Roger Stahl, “Staring Down a Barrel: Art and Activism in the War on Terror”
GSU Troy Moore Library / 6-9pm

*Opening: Jill Frank, Working Artist Project
MOCA GA / 6-9pm

*Talk: Theaster Gates, “Social Practice and Social Justice”
Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts / 7pm

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23

*Opening: “Espiritu”
Treehouse Photo Studio / 6-9pm

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24

Sale and Art Supply Purge
Atlanta Printmakers Studio / 6-9pm

Performance: “Lost in Oz: Stories from Over the Rainbow”
Urban Sprout Farms / 6pm

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

Performance: “Lost in Oz: Stories from Over the Rainbow”
Urban Sprout Farms / 5pm

Art Papers 40th Anniversary Celebration
The Trolley Barn / 5:30-9:30pm

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

Talk: Frist Center Curator Mark Scala
GSU Troy Moore Library / 5:30-6:45pm


ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Atlanta

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

Amy Rader and Anderson Smith, “Velare”
Westside Cultural Arts Center / through September 27

*”46/21: 46 Million Slaves—21st-Century Slavery”
Mammal Gallery / through October 2

*Joe Walters, “Still Life”
Marcia Wood Midtown / through October 8

Kevin Cole, Alfred Conteh, Kevin Okeith, Charly Palmer, Michael Scoffield & Freddie Styles
September Gray Fine Art – Buckhead / through October 8

*Seana Reilly, “Docking on the Orphic Shore”
Whitespace / through October 15

*Sarah Nathaniel, “A Study in Line”
whitespec / through October 15

“Lavish Pigment”
Kai Lin Art / through October 15

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

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

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

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

A Cut Above: Wood Sculpture from the Gordon W. Bailey Collection / through October 30
High Museum of Art

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

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

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

*ATLBNL
Atlanta Contemporary / through December 18


GEORGIA

Athens

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

Rabun Gap

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

Savannah

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


ALABAMA

Mobile 

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

Montgomery

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


ARKANSAS

Bentonville

American Made: Treasures from the American Folk Art Museum / through September 19
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art


FLORIDA

Fort Meyers

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

Jacksonville

David Hayes, “The Sentinel Series” / through October 2
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

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

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

Tampa

“My Little Town” 
Tempus Projects / through September 17


KENTUCKY

Louisville

“My Little Town” 
Kentucky Museum of Art and Crafts / through September 25


LOUISIANA

New Orleans

*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


MISSISSIPPI

Jackson

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


NORTH CAROLINA

Boone

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

Chapel Hill

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

Charlotte

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

Durham

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

Greensboro

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

Raleigh

Davis Choun
Artspace HQ Raleigh / through September 24

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

Winston-Salem

*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


TENNESSEE

Memphis

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

Nashville

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

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


VIRGINIA

Richmond

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

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