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Wednesday May 23, 2001 12:04 am EDT
Abstracts explore Biloxi's transformation at Callanwolde | more...

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Wednesday May 23, 2001 12:04 am EDT
America's quest for progress subverted at Swan Coach House | more...

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Wednesday May 16, 2001 12:04 am EDT
Young Blood keeps urban spirit alive in Grant Park with Krylon and Beyond | more...

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Wednesday May 16, 2001 12:04 am EDT
Equine fever rages at Marietta museum | more...

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Wednesday May 9, 2001 12:04 am EDT
Peripheral Visions gives a nod to notorious females | more...

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Wednesday May 9, 2001 12:04 am EDT
E.K. Huckaby laments loss at Solomon Projects | more...

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Wednesday May 2, 2001 12:04 am EDT
City Gallery East's Index examines the art of self-reflection | more...

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Wednesday May 2, 2001 12:04 am EDT



When Georgia Schley Ritchie began curating shows in London, she says she was just another person interested in British art. But in Atlanta, Schley Ritchie's shows are a break from the ordinary. This weekend's More Cool Britannia brings a host of works by 18 British artists to a seldom-open downtown space.

More Cool Britannia is the second local offering from Young Masters, the company...

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Wednesday April 25, 2001 12:04 am EDT
In a town whose funkiness quotient seems to be dwindling weekly, thank goodness for alternative art spaces like the Ballroom Studios, a cultural upstart hidden away in a nondescript Fairlie-Poplar walk-up. Beginning April 20 the space hosts Atlanta College of Art graduate and current Brooklyn resident Jena Jones' not cute-cute, but scary-scary, anatomically correct sculptures of the life stages... | more...

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Wednesday April 25, 2001 12:04 am EDT
Breaking into NYC art scene no easy task for ex-Atlantans | more...

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Wednesday April 11, 2001 12:04 am EDT
Atlanta Biennial 2001 combines the whimsical with the disturbing | more...

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Wednesday April 11, 2001 12:04 am EDT

The senior exit show is a rite of passage for graduating art students everywhere, a typically dull affair where pupils, parents, teachers and classmates come together for a final round of backslaps and coos before entering the harsh reality of the market.

But Lee Causseux and Chantelle Minarcine have a grander exit in mind. The graduating seniors from the Atlanta College of Art have organized...

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Wednesday March 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
Works by German arts educators tread familiar ground | more...

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Wednesday March 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
Video art and metal sculpture intersect in subSensory | more...

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Wednesday March 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
If you like your art with cream on top, don't miss the fifth annual erotica art show this weekend. Founded by former Atlanta artist William Downs in the mid-1990s, the show has taken place in various alternative venues around town, including the Lake Claire Baptist Church and the Mattress Factory. This year, it's being held in a subterranean space attached to a seedy strip mall on Howell Mill... | more...

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Wednesday March 21, 2001 12:04 am EST
Soho Myriad show illuminates venue's shortcomings | more...

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Wednesday March 21, 2001 12:04 am EST
Degas exhibition reasserts High's penchant for impressionism | more...

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Wednesday March 14, 2001 12:04 am EST
Modern art exhibition bears mark of astute collectors | more...

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Wednesday March 14, 2001 12:04 am EST
Imagine taking a 10-week art class where your assignment is to mount an actual exhibition. That's just what happened to four students in the Gallery Management program at the Atlanta College of Art community education division. Instructor Mustafah Dhada decided that his four students already had the know-how to organize a show. So they did. 4walls debuts and ends on the same night, March 16, at... | more...

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Wednesday March 14, 2001 12:04 am EST
As Atlanta's public transportation system grows increasingly inaccessible, it should come as no surprise that self-propulsion is the subject of two shows at Eyedrum this month titled Heavy Metal: The Bikes of Matt Colman and I Am My Transportation. From the banal to the bizarre, a handful of local artists have created a series of works dealing with everything from bicycle and shoe fetishes, to... | more...

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Wednesday March 7, 2001 12:04 am EST
First African-American to solo at MOMA featured at High's downtown gallery | more...

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Wednesday February 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
Palimpsest examines history, both real and imagined | more...