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My grandkids and I took advantage of the free admission in honor of MLK Day. We explored the museum and the grounds and found it to be quite enjoyable.
The Apex Museum is a hidden treasure in Downtown Atlanta in the Historic Auburn Ave District. It is rich in African American Art and history. This museum is a powerful asset to the rich historical value of Atlanta.
This museum is in Savannah not Atlanta
MCMA is a wonderful gem of a museum near Atlanta. Definitely worth the visit!
Cartier-Bresson was a luminary in modern photography, and this collection pulls together his work nicely. From what I understand, this collection is one of the first major gatherings of his works to hit the museum circuit since his death in 2004 (it premiered in MoMA and visited SF before landing in ATL), and certainly leaves nothing out. Many of the roughly 200 works on display are original prints from throughout his career--iconic images of his time in Paris, to lesser know, equally evocative shots from his time in China, India, America, etc.
As a nice little bonus, the exhibit is peppered with original magazines from across the globe that featured his work alongside editorial from the great columnists of the mid-20th century.
All in all, a great retrospective of an artist who always managed to capture the grandest of the human experience in the smallest of moments. In this day and age of digital cameras and elaborately staged portraiture, it's refreshing to be reminded of a photographer who used the most simple of resources--a handheld camera and natural lighting--to such effect. If you're a fan of modern photography, check this exhibit out.
Friday Jazz at the High is one of the coolest places to be on a 3rd Friday night. Drinks, jazz & art...mix in some good conversation and you have all the makings of a winning evening. Know what I mean?!
the above "review" was written by Jim Tumblim who was once in Marietta but the City evicted him
the "museum" sucks. Looks more like a "trinkett shop"!
The phone number for MOCA GA is 404-367-8700
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