Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Sandler Hudson and Kai Lin Art make moves on the Westside

Posted By on Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 12:41 PM

Work by Don Cooper will be exhibited at Sandler Hudsons new gallery space.
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  • Work by Don Cooper will be exhibited at Sandler Hudson's new gallery space.

Two galleries, Sandler Hudson and Kai Lin Art, have new locations on the Westside.

Since opening in 1989, Sandler Hudson Gallery has become one of Atlanta's longest-running spaces for contemporary artists in the city. In recent years, it's been located next door to Octane Coffee's Westside location at the split of Howell Mill Road and Marietta Street. This week, the gallery announced a move to 1000 Marietta St. NW, Suite 116, in the Brickworks building across the street from the former location. They'll christen the space with an exhibition of works by Don Cooper, opening on March 22.

A relative newcomer to Atlanta's gallery scene, Kai Lin Art announced today that the gallery is expanding to a second location at 999 Brady Ave., Suite 7, in the same building as Miller Union and Fabrefaction Theatre. In a statement, the gallery said it will "remain as curator" of the current space next door to the Buckhead Theatre. The Westside gallery will exhibit work by two artists, Nathaniel Galka and Kent Knowles, during the month of March.

The news of these moves comes as a welcome change of pace from a recent streak of gallery closings on the Westside. Jennifer Schwartz, Emily Amy, Twin Kittens, and Saltworks closed Westside gallery spaces over the past year.

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