There has never been an exhibit at the Zucot Gallery in which I haven't said "I NEED that piece". Want proof, come look on my walls in my house! The gallery, the Art Brothers, and every exhibit are inviting, accessible, entertaining, and classy. Definitely a must-see, must-do in Atlanta.
It's great to see how Omari & Onaje have elevated the level of awarenes in art collecting & the importance of having art as part of your investment portfolio. The Art Brothers has made a paradigm shift in the art world and have ushered in a new generation of art enthusiasts and collectors. I can't wait to see their galleries spread in multiple regions across the U.S.
The Zucot Gallery initially draws you in with its dynamic artwork but the friendly atmosphere of the gallery makes you return. I enjoy the diversity of exhibits and the welcoming energy this places provides. It's great for an outing with friends, location for birthday parties or for corporate events. I'm so glad this gallery was featured in creative loafing and hope to see similiar stories in the future.
ZuGot Gallery and the Art Brothers create an engaging environment for those who are art novice and experts. Great place to learn about art and invest.
Zucot Gallery is the one gallery in Atlanta that features African American artists in an upscale atmosphere that is relaxed and friendly. The opportunity to speak with the artists and learn about the art is invaluable.
I am a HUGE fan of Zucot Gallery and have a great time at any and all events they hold. The owners are true professionals, extremely knowledgeable, and prepared to field any and all questions with industry expertise. I am thrilled to be the owner of an Aaron Henderson original (as is my father) and I look forward to building my collection through Zucot Gallery.
An Atlanta MUST SEE!!
Dope! I've always heard great things about this gallery. I am looking forward to visiting after reading this article.
Zucot Gallery is truly one of Atlanta's hidden treasures. More people need to know about this place. Thanks for the excellent feature!
These signs are amazing.
Also... Drake actually kinda has a semi-legit reason for referring to Toronto as "The 6": http://pitchfork.com/features/articles/960…
Although I will admit, when I first heard him say "The 6" (over and over....), I assumed he meant Zone 6.
I found three. Gonna give y'all one more day to see or run off with the one I want before I gank it.
"Campbellton Road is open; the B.I.G. has spoken and it's like that."
"From Simpson Road to Dixie Hills..."
Matt is right, this is technically Adair Park under the current boundaries used by the City of Atlanta. Historically, however, industrial areas citywide were never considered to be a part of the neighborhood. It's only when the NPU system was created that most were lumped into the closest residential areas.
This said, I'mv very excited about this. I'd love the idea of having a decent coffee shop to walk to from my home in West End. Right now, it's McDonald's or the moka pot for me.
Seems to be sold out on their site
Is there a way to get tickets at the door?
Yeah, this is super exciting, and even more so that it is NOT in West End, but rather the budding RDA/Wells arts district at the northern end of Adair Park (along with Castleberry Hill and western Mechanicsville)! Looking forward to see this beautiful building be appreciated.
The Abrams Fixture building is located in Adair Park.
The West End -- the hottest neighborhood in town for housing *and* culture!
Now that The Goat Farm has transformed West Midtown, it is great to see the arts community expanding southwest (although they already have been a presence here for a while.)
Don't miss the Art on the Beltline where the Beltline goes through the West End Historic District.
I call bullshit on the above comment. I have attended RAW several times and it's has been amazing. I have sold many pieces of art, met some amazing artists, bought some amazing pieces, listened to some incredible bands, and met some great art lovers. Not sure why "Biff" says "Pyramid scheme type bullshit. Come on ya'll" unless he/she does not know what a Pyramid scheme actually is. This event requires you to sell tickets because GASP the building that the event is in needs to be paid for, and it's a hell of a lot better than requiring a commission like other galleries.
Usually the people are are upset about the event are the artists who did not sell much or anything at all. Also it's not just about the artist just selling art, but enjoying the venue as a whole and having an amazing night out with some of the the most incredible people in the area. As someone who has art in a few galleries, attending RAW has been such a great experience.
I have had the honor of photographing artists who I met at RAW, and several people came back just to say hello, connect and see what new art I have and to meet other new artist as well. The staff were amazing, Dayna Melton was AMAZING and I cannot understand why anyone would have a problem with this event. If the complaint was having to sell tickets trust me when I say this is not too awful considering most galleries would charge a 40% commission rate. To prove that I am a solid RAW supporter and I will not hide behind the internet, my name is Kevin Currie, a photographer and artist ( https://tcephotography.squarespace.com) that attends RAW as often as possible.
Pyramid scheme type bullshit. Come on ya'll.
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