Thanks for sharing your new work. We like where this is going.
Check out this video, Tommy talks about his life and photography. http://vimeo.com/52958632
Tommy Nease will give an artist talk Saturday, December 1, 12pm at Get This! Gallery.
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"[...]Titled by the date they were made, Rodríguez's first 12 paintings document her obedience to her own rules."
We wanted to clarify that this exhibition consists of 15 works on paper. The medium is pastel, oil pastel, pencil and charcoal. There is a wall installation executed in charcoal, graphite, acrylic and spray paint.
Sandler Hudson Gallery.
The "art" at the top of this article looks like something my 4-year old niece drew.
This review is superbly written. Highly detailed, visual and cerebral, yet crisp and strikingly clear. The writer, like the artist, instinctually "kills her darlings" so as to offer a perfect sacrifice to the reader.
As an alumnus of Talladega College, I am elated about this. Finally, our precious jewel of the south (Talladega College) gets the National Recognition it so deserves. Thanks Atlanta High Museum of Art. C/0 '97
Thanks samflax! We fixed the event info so it's all there now.
Schedule for June 16th Skate Peachtree and Opening of Exhibit Skate or Hang it?!:
Participants meet at the corner of Peachtree Street and Ponce de Leon Avenue
Participants skate Peachtree from the Fox to MODA (16th Street)!
Public Skate demonstration by the 5BORO Crew from NYC on Peachtree Street between 15th and 16th Streets.
Music by DJ Mike Beaver
All are welcome.
Public demo by the 5BORO Crew ends.
"Skate It or Hang It?! The Evolution of Skateboard Art" opens at MODA.
Vitamin Water will be offering "Board Doctor" services on the plaza in front of MODA. Lucky skaters will get free board repair and Vitamin Water stickers.
MODA closes for the day
Facebook Event Link for more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1449897656…
This really was a no brainer. Some of my favorite boards back in the day when I used to ride was Tony Hawk and Tommy Guerrera. Really dope design and illustration. I love the concept.
when is the street closing and demo?
the article doesnt make that info clear, should we assume it's sometime on the opening day? or before??
Visit www.ArtofSkateboarding.com if you want to see LOTS more!
I loved walking through Andi Steele's installation at the Chastain Art Center. As I moved through the space the use of linear light evoked a sense of scale in relationship to my being in this world, completely outside of the scale of the gallery. I certainly didn't feel that the mono filament posed any "danger" to my well being. I find "Interspace" to be a beautiful example of site specific minimalism.
When you are down and out, go grab a beer at the Blue Flame and see how your luck changes...
Obviously not a fan of Art. *rolls eyes*
They're really remarkable, I'm sure some of that is the salon style of the presentation, but more, for me, is their informality, as if they were just experiments. They're all dated from 2011, they're all rather large and elaborate, and yet they're just stuck to the wall in push pins on cheap paper.
The high has been on such a hot streak lately. I had just about given up on it after a string of bad shows (louvre atlanta, the donatello David, some truly sad american realism that was a rather large exhibit, but awfully sterile, the art of the automobile)
This, the bailey, the KAWS, the picasso to warhol, and the new additions to the contemporary collect have been fantastic, but the Grainger McKoy sculptures knocked me over. I'm no longer ashamed to recommend a trip to the High to my out of town friends when they visit. Keep up the good work, please.
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