Gouache and ink on paper
Courtesy the artist and Zach Feuer Gallery, New York
ATLANTA CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER
*Event* 11 am – 12 pm
535 Means Street NW (404) 688-1970 www.thecontemporary.org
Members, Free; General admission, $5;
Students/Seniors, $3; Kids under 12, Free
Event: Curator Talk: Stuart Horodner. ACAC’s Artistic Director leads a tour and discussion of the current exhibitions.
On View: Dana Schutz: Drawings & Prints, and Embodying. Schutz is a New York-based painter known for combining fantastic narratives, exuberant handling of materials, and pictorial inventiveness; and Embodying is a group show with Joe Biel, James Gobel, Stephen Schofield, Allison Smith, and Richard T. Walker, whose works investigate physical and psychological aspects of the human body, drawing inspiration from classic literature, nature, and urban life. Embodying is supported through Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue.
**Final day of exhibition. Mimosas while they last!**
664 11th St. NW (404) 881-0411
www.saltworksgallery.com Open Noon – 5pm.
Final day of the exhibition New Worlds to Conquer, featuring work by Brian Dettmer. Sculpting traditional hard-cover books into artworks of intricate beauty, their richness and depth is uncovered and re-contextualized. The exhibition harkens back to a time when exploration of new lands fueled the fire of imagination and intrigue.
1016 Howell Mill Rd. NW. Unit #3208 (Entrance is on 10th St.)
www.twinkittens.com Open 11am – 5pm.
TWIN KITTENS is pleased to present PATRIARCHS | MATRIARCHS, Dale Inglett’s first solo show in Atlanta. The show will consist of videos, paintings and prints- all of which are abstractions of photographs from the turn of the previous century.
Inglett shares, “This body of work stems from an investigation of photographs of my ancestors. Using these as source images for paintings, video and prints, I attempt to challenge the fixed quality that photos seem to attach to identity, and to get at something more ineffable than likenesses. The works present, instead, the ever-shifting nature of identity. We change with every breath. I’m replacing the “proof” presented in photos with a re-imagining, a fiction, the unknown.”
Artist talk: Sat, Jan. 15
1170 Howell Mill Rd., Ste. 111 (404) 580-4299
www.poem88.net Open 11am – 5pm.
Christina Price Washington, Studies from Home – drawings, photograms, photographs.
ADDITIONAL GALLERIES OPEN FOR VIEWING
1170 Howell Mill Rd., Ste. P-16 (404) 307-0215
www.astolfiart.com Open 11am – 5pm.
Astolfi Art will be showing works from nine contemporary artists including Todd Murphy, Tony Hernandez, Kevin Archer, Gregor Turk, and more.
EMILY AMY GALLERY
1000 Marietta St. NW (404) 877-5626
www.emilyamygallery.com Open 11am – 5pm.
Exhibition: Nate Moore: SKYWARD. Emily Amy Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Little Rock, Arkansas-based artist, Nate Moore. The exhibition will include Moore’s characteristic origami airplanes presented in fabricated grid patterns, new media and large-scale installations.
GET THIS! GALLERY
**Last day of exhibition**
662 11th St. NW (678) 596-4451
www.getthisgallery.com Open 12pm to 5pm.
The show features twelve new car drawings done in her signature style of white ink on paper. Veronica’s cars exhibit the balance between earth and technology, and also the beauty of design, the beauty in patterns, and the beauty and majesty of our imagination.
Closed for installation.
1011-A Marietta Street. (404) 892-5477.
www.kiang-gallery.com Noon to 5pm.
1009-A Marietta Street NW (404) 817-3300
www.sandlerhudson.com Open Noon to 5pm
The current exhibition of Terri Dilling and Mark Leibert is extended through this weekend. The upcoming exhibit, “Have a Seat,” will be postponed to January 21-February 19, 2011
Scott Belville, Sheila Pree Bright, Eric Corrigan, Marshall Davis, Didi Dunphy, Cheryl Goldsleger, Dusty Griffith, Sharon Lapin, Elizabeth Lide, Susan Loftin, Yanique Norman, Mario Petrirena, Teresa Bramlette Reeves, Ashley Reid, Ilene Sunshine, and Lisa Tuttle will exhibit in a group show, Have A Seat, January 21-February 19, 2011.