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Yard sale!

The Lite-Brite and road-worn Barbie may scream "yard sale!" but the location -- the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center -- screams "conceptual art!" Atlanta artist Tom Zarrilli's A Year in the Yards of Clutter and the Driveways of Divestment is an interactive work inspired by years of garage-sale spotting that changes as people root through the clutter. Zarrilli's work is part of the summer-long Bring It On! series of eight solo exhibitions. Better still, the meta-junk will be for sale at the very reasonable hours of 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sat., June 24. Zarrilli will give an artist's talk Thurs., June 22, 6 p.m., at the Contemporary.




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