Art at the edges of the Inman Park Festival, superheroes and villains at ABV Gallery, and more this weekend. All the details after the jump.
The first exhibition of Rosendo Pita's work comes a few years after his death in 2007 and more than forty years after fleeing Cuba for New York City in 1962. Check out our preview of work by the late, Cuban-born artist before heading to the opening at 7 pm. More details at Barbara Archer.
MOCA GA's Working Artist Project chooses three artists every year to receive a grant and an assistant. Alan Caomin Xie's solo exhibition tonight is the culmination of work after receiving that award last year. His dense mandala paintings evoke cyclical Buddhist themes in the context of post 9/11 destruction, technology, and debris. More details at MOCA GA.
Greg Mike's ABV Gallery exhibits Save The Day, Kill The Night, work inspired by superheroes and villains. Ola Bad, Mike Germon, Dust, Ash Lethal, and others contribute. More details at ABV.
More than 150 artists and craft makers will be part of the Inman Park Festival's massive street market this weekend, but there will plenty of other art not to miss during the festival, too. Check out our guide to art at the edges of the festival for more details.
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