Artist Scott Ingram may be Atlanta-based, but his work has reached an international audience with recent shows in Madrid, Spain; Victoria, British Columbia; and now his latest solo show Building Futures through Jan. 12 at Solomon Projects. Ingram's paintings done in a rainbow assortment of nail-polish colors have injected wit and a fair amount of chemical funk into the legacy of minimalism. More recently, Ingram's work has ventured into architecture in a body of work centered on the Case Study homes designed by California architects.
Richard Prince at the Guggenheim: "If you get it, I'm curious what you're getting."
Coconut Records: "Pushing out Band of Horses on my top 10. Jason, come to Atlanta."
All things raw: "Concrete, wood, fish, skin and most vegetables."
Berlin: "A great place for poor artists to live, an amazing place for poor artists to show."
Young ATL galleries: "Get This!, Beep Beep. Good stuff. Brodie, Hense, Born, Bennett, Stevie, Moore. You know who you are; give us the scene we've been waitin' for."
Donald Judd studio (SoHo): "See it before they renovate it. It might not change your life, but it will show you how to live it."
He grew up in Northwest Atlanta, probably from Cobb county himself. Don't agree with the…
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