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Friday, December 10, 2010

Weekend Arts Agenda: "FORM" release party at MINT

Nikita Gale
  • Nikita Gale

The latest anthology of local artists gets released at MINT Gallery tonight, new paintings at Sandler Hudson, and more this weekend. Details after the jump.

Friday

Gyun Hur
  • FORM 2010
  • Gyun Hur's collaboration with Juri Onuki, "A Blanket of Requiem"

The latest edition of FORM: artistic independence gets a release party at MINT Gallery. The annual book, now in the third year, "aims to provide equal space to artists both established and emerging" from Atlanta's local scene. Anne Marie Manker, Gyuan Hur, Lucha Rodriguez, Nikita Gale, and others are included. Check out our full preview of book. The party gets started at 8 pm. More details at WE Design.

Terry Dilling
  • Sandler Hudson
  • Terry Dilling

Terri Dilling and Mark Leibert show new paintings at Sandler Hudson gallery. Dilling, a long-time Atlanta artist, is the current head of the Atlanta Printmakers Studio. Leibert, who has shown at Sandler Hudson a number of times in a past few years, is a studio artist at the the Conteporary. The reception begins at 7 pm. More details at Sandler Hudson.

Little Rock, Ark.-based artist Nate Moore's Skyward opens at Emily Amy Gallery tonight from 7-10 p.m. featuring his meticulous grids of origami airplanes as well as large-scale installations of the planes.

Nate Moores origami airplanes
  • Nate Moore's origami airplanes

Saturday

Marcus Kenney
  • Marcus Kenney

If you haven't caught Marcus Kenney's great exhibition at Marcia Wood yet, get over to Castleberry Hill for Saturday night. Kenney's symbol-laden, vibrant collages are paired with some playful but accomplished taxidermy sculptures. Our own Cinque Hicks talked about the exhibition for BurnAway's podcast. Wood's holiday party lands on Saturday, which means you should have plenty of time to take in the exhibition along with a few snacks from the Good Food Truck. The party gets started at 7 pm. More details at Marcia Wood.

KrisKringle.jpg

Finally, 20 artists seek holiday retribution at BeepBeep at the opening of The State vs. Kris Kringle: Letters to Santa.

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