Saltworks Gallery

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Under the aegis of curator and director Brian Holcombe, this gallery's earned a reputation as a must-see temple of smart, edgy conceptual work installed with a scrupulous attention to detail. Recent stand-out artists have included Jiha Moon and Brian Dettmer.

Patterns of Protest

Friday July 25, 2014 08:00 pm EDT
Saltworks presents Patterns of Protest. featuring new works on paper by Atlanta-based Cuban-born artist Alejandro Aguilera. Consisting of works created over the last two years, Patterns of Protest started in 2008 during the time of the global economic crisis. Aguilera began channelling the daily new...

Four Atlantans

Friday August 2, 2013 08:00 pm EDT
SALTWORKS Gallery new exhibit, Four Atlantans, features paintings, drawings, and sculpture spotlighting recent works from four Atlanta-based artists in its new Westside location. The exhibition features the work of Alejandro Aguilera, Brian Dettmer, Craig Drennen, and Jiha Moon. An opening reception...

Craig Drennen: Dramatis Personæ

Friday March 2, 2012 07:00 pm EST
For his first solo exhibition, Drennen's subject is Shakespeare's Timon of Athens, and he has created new paintings, works on paper and a performance.


Thursday January 5, 2012 07:00 pm EST
Continuing a search for parallels in social phenomena, Glexis Novoa's latest works present historical narratives of a dystopic society.
Cost: Free

Family Values

Saturday March 19, 2011 12:00 am EDT
An exhibition of new works by New York-based artist Michael Scoggins. Scoggins continues his exploration of American society through the physicality of language and its mediums, invoking thoughts of humanity, democracy and individual expression.
Cost: Free

New Worlds to Conquer

Saturday January 15, 2011 12:00 am EST
Brian Dettmer takes inspiration from traditional hardcover books with reflection on a time when the exploration of new lands fueled the fire for intrigue and discovery.
Cost: Free

Mythologies and Mash-Ups

Saturday November 6, 2010 12:00 am EDT
Explore the crafted universe of fantasy creatures and Japanese aesthetics in an allegorical history display of African-American hip-hop culture. In this Afro-Japanese whirlpool, New York artist Iona Rozeal Brown gives an allegorical storytelling, lacing the lullabies with Ukiyo-e woodblock prints an...
Cost: Free
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Atlanta, GA 30318
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