Friday, January 21, 2011

Weekend Arts Agenda: Selby, Shakers and suburbs

Posted By on Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 9:00 AM

Van and Casey’s Money Green Leather Sofa, Todd Selby
  • "Van and Casey’s Money Green Leather Sofa," Todd Selby

The Selby is in Jackson Fine Art, the suburbs are in Kiang, the Movers and Shakers are in MOCA GA, and you're in for packed weekend of good art. Details after the jump.



Jackson Fine Art brings in two photography shows from different eras of the medium. The Selby Is In Your Place brings together the best work from a blog photographer that documents the hip and colorful homes of trend-setting contemporary people. New York, Paris, & Rome, on the other hand, is exhibition of black-and-white photographs from Elliott Erwitt, a contemporary of Henri Cartier-Bresson. The two artists bookend the last half-century of photography. The opening gets started at 6 pm. More details at Jackson Fine Art.


Hailey Lowe exhibits Machines of Loving Grace for just a single weekend at Archetype Gallery in Studioplex. The solo show "pursues the pervasive and subversive uses of technology, as it readily improves our cultural experience and simultaneously encroaches on nature." More details at Archetype.

Scott Belville
  • Scott Belville

MOCA GA is bringing in a bevy of locals for Movers and Shakers, a group show of up-and-coming talents from Georgia co-curated by artists previously chosen for the annual show. Check out the full list of 32 artists. Scott Belville exibits a solo show of new work, as well. More details at MOCA GA.

Stephanie Smith is among the artists showing work at the Juried Printmaking Exhibition
  • Stephanie Smith is among the artists showing work at the Juried Printmaking Exhibition

The Atlanta Juried Printmaking Exhibition, rescheduled from last weekend due to the snowpocalypse, opens at the Chastain Arts Center.The show, including work from over 60 artists, is juried by Carol Thompson, curator of African Art at the High. More details at APS.

James Griffieon
  • James Griffieon

Earlier this week, we put together a sneak preview of work from ...After the Suburbs, a group show curated by Karen Tauches at Kiang Gallery. A number of talented locals and out-of-towners contribute to the post-suburban apocalypse themed show. More details at Kiang.


Gyun Hur works with assistants and volunteers at Get This! gallery
  • Gyun Hur works with assistants and volunteers at Get This! gallery

Hudgens Prize winner Gyun Hur speaks at the Hudgens Center "about her work and about installation art in general." The talk starts at 11 am. More details at Hudgens.

Jason Urban
  • Jason Urban

Jiha Moon curates a group print exhibition at Get This! gallery. Life Iconic includes work by Mattew Craven, Terri Dilling, Tim Eads, Peter Feldstein, Peregrine Honig, Kakyoung Lee, Adam Palmer, Hannah Skoonberg, Christine Tillman, and Jason Urban. More details at Get This!

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