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SEE & DO: Hood Alchemy Exhibition Article

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Don’t tell them not to smile Article

Folk artist Lincoln Bilancia builds hundreds of sculptures from hoarded smiley face stress toys

You are reading this now Article

Vietnam vet artist Derr Robinson Steadman draws trippy postcards all day and mails them to his pen pal in Pittsburgh

Artist Cooper Sanchez illuminates Oakland Cemetery Article

The gardens become gallery for the artist’s ‘Illumine’

Mt. Fuji levels up Article

Ashley Anderson’s solo exhibition stitches five years of research into Hokusai’s legacy

This one’s for the girls Article

Artist Monica Tookes opens a new Kirkwood gallery and learning space

Miya Bailey wants to make an art collector out of you Article

The painter/curator is raising the stakes in Atlanta’s cool art renaissance

Because of Basquiat Article

Ten Atlanta artists in constant conversation with their ‘patron saint’

Bootymath is the Internet Article

Zach Fox makes Awful art, preps for first solo show

Fabian’s life is imitating his art Article

His thieving ‘Christmasatron’ painting comes back to haunt him

An evolving Pile Article

George Long and David Baerwalde bring their art to Ponce City Market’s Pile

Lennie Mowris" letterpress love Article

Artist’s Year in Giving campaign partners with community organizations to get conversations going

Meet Mac Stewart Article

Not old enough to drink, the painter and muralist is making his mark on ATL

Marcia Vaistman brings “Small Acts of Kindness” to Whitespace Article

Recovery from an accident and old-school cameras inspire artist’s new exhibition

Visual Arts - The future is now Article

3-D printing comes alive in MODA’s new exhibit

Ann-Marie Manker"s "El Gallo" explores bromance and Tex-Mex Article

Artist talks about new show at Whitespace Gallery, and her personal boogeyman

Curtis Ames kicks off MINT"s Leap Year final exhibitions Article

Artist’s latest show, ‘in general,’ finds creativity in obstruction

ONE Music"s arts obsession Article

Festival looks to embrace Atlanta’s creative community

Robert Sepuveda Jr."s rainbow crosswalks closer to reality? Article

Non-profit hopes their public art project will encourage inclusivity

MARTA recruits WonderRoot, Fahamu Pecou for En Route program Article

Artist will create murals at four stations around the city, but not before engaging the nearby communities

Call to add OutKast to Stone Mountain sparks discussion on symbolism and race Article

Big Boi, petition organizer Mack Williams, and local fans share their thoughts on who, if anyone, should replace the Confederate memorial

Bruce Munro brings “Light” to the Atlanta Botanical Garden Article

British artist channels Duchamp and Picasso to create show out of readymades

Spectrum' brings ZuCot Gallery"s mission to life Article

Castleberry Hill art house offers space to learn about and invest in African-American art

Martha Whittington examines the human experience in ‘Exchange’ Article

Sculpture artist explores themes of commoditization via the lens of Native American culture

Fabian Williams" Dungeon Family pyramid finds a new home Article

Damaged art installation turned into a poetic statement about the plight of Atlanta’s homeless

Mindzai Creative moves to Little Five Points Article

Design shop and studio celebrates grand re-opening with artist Sam Parker’s last Atlanta show

Huge ATL offers mural opportunities through its office space Article

Digital agency turns wall into a visual arts canvas for staff and locals

Hebru Brantley"s back in ATL Article

Chicago artist’s mural at the Sound Table to coincide with venue’s anniversary

“Up Right: Atlanta” makes art of Ponce City Market Article

Artist Nick Cave, choreographer T. Lang, and Flux Projects collaborate in the Old Fourth Ward space

Fahamu Pecou and Jose Parla in a parallel universe Article

Two painters reflect on Wifredo Lam’s influence in ‘Imagining New Worlds’

Jay Shells brings Rap Quotes to Atlanta Article

Artist to celebrate the city’s hip-hop culture with popular site-specific installations

Remixing the American flag Article

Artist DL Warfield’s latest series shows different levels of patriotism

Christopher Kuhl is “Searching for Redtown” Article

Artist finds inspiration in Native American history in the Southeast

Jert says “People Ruined the Internet” Article

Pop artist organizes group exhibition for a good cause

Fabian Williams channels “The Gossips” Article

Artist’s latest work is a push to connect ATL’s bubbling arts communities

Burnaway’s Crush hits Adair Park Article

Annual Art Auction to kick off long-term, creative vision for new venue

Art Papers on the move Article

Executive Director Saskia Benjamin on the annual auction’s switch to the Westside

Taking “A Walk Through Peachtree-Pine” Article

Photography exhibition focuses on spaces and residents of Downtown shelter

RAW Atlanta takes over Terminal West Article

Showcase director Dayna Melton on planning, and her artists to watch

“Tramps” at the Contemporary Article

Artist Jamie Isenstein on the all-female exhibition, and being heckled by Will Ferrell

Beth Lilly talks “A Moving Image of Eternity” Article

Photographer combines love of driving and blurring techniques in new exhibition

“Planet” hopping with Peter Bahouth Article

Stereoscopic photographer re-imagines our world, one diorama at a time

In the MIDDLE of something new Article

Candice Greathouse discusses changes at MINT and its exhibit at Gallery 72

“Cartoon Art” takes over the Goat Farm Article

Exhibit celebrates television’s evolving animation process

E.K. Huckaby explains “Anhydjinnic Molassicism” Article

New exhibit encourages viewers to create their own reality

A peek inside 'Lucinda"s World' Article

Accomplished Southern photographer showcases her private life and art in new exhibit

Art Beats + Lyrics puts community in focus Article

Craig 'Flux' Singleton and Kevin 'Mr. Soul' Harp on using art to 'change the world'

George Long gets lost in 'Translations' Article

Artist talks about his installation at the Zuckerman Museum of Art

High Museum's 'Mi Casa, Your Casa' transforms Midtown space Article

Contemporary designers hope installation encourages interaction

Be Here Now" challenges spatial awareness Article

Artists use gallery space as installation canvas

Heritage Arts and Soul Festival returns Article

New coordinator looks to re-energize event, connect creative community

Art appropriation 101 Article

Atlanta street art enthusiast takes his appreciation to the extreme

A fashionable ‘gesture’ Article

The Paper-Cut-Project collaborates with gloATL in new exhibition

Artists Jessica Wohl and Jessica Scott-Felder talk being ‘Defiant’ Article

Collaborative exhibition explores the struggle to provide for family

Abelardo Morell explores ‘The Universe Next Door’ Article

Photographer goes through the looking-glass

A few questions with Lucha Rodriguez Article

Curating and participating in the new exhibition The Brightness

Jiha Moon and Kombo Chapfika debate fair use Article

A local artist’s appropriation of another artist’s work raises questions about the line between fair use and plagiarism

MOCA GA expands to show off the permanent collection Article

The current renovations should be finished in April of next year

Through a lens darkly Article

Posing Beauty exhibit considers black beauty in America from all angles

South, dirty Article

Drew Conrad exhibits filthy works at Get This! Gallery

Mike Lowery and Katrin Wiehle marry their talents at Kai Lin Article

The husband and wife illustrators exhibit new work at the Westside gallery

The High draws a portrait of Atlanta Article

Drawing Inside the Perimeter creates a revisionist portrait of the city

How to make an Afro-futurist mixtape Article

Rashid Johnson calls for a dash of magical realism and historical fiction in ‘Message to Our Folks’

Two new arts centers for Atlanta on the Westside and in downtown Article

c4 holds a fundraiser at FUSE and the Westside Cultural Arts Center finally gears up to open

Emerging artists selected by WonderRoot get a break at MOCA GA Article

The exhibition marks the end of a yearlong fellowship program

Blow-Up at Poem 88 revels in film themes Article

Five artists tackle the unstable nature of Michelangelo Antonioni’s filmic reality

The world through three lenses at Jackson Fine Art Article

Three-part exhibition showcases the perspective of photographers in foreign lands

Design with the Other 90% hits home Article

CDC exhibition brings attention to solutions for urban plight

Five don’t-miss details at Frida & Diego Article

Big ambitions and small magic at the High’s blockbuster exhibition

In Spelman’s Multiple Choice exhibition, the community conducts as curator Article

Artworks are paired with responses from the community

Shadow Puppets explores the blurred edges of documentary Article

Photoshop works by Debbie Grossman sum up the ambitions of the group exhibition

William Downs works In Unison with his peers Article

The group exhibition offers an indirect portrait of an artist

TindelMichi takes its Baptism by Fire Article

The collaborative duo has no use for Southern cliche in this Barbara Archer exhibition

Jennifer Cawley paints alternate realities Article

Cawley leaves a memorable mental note at Emily Amy Gallery

Tommy Nease conjures spirits in Phantasm Article

Ghostly photos blur the lines between this world and the next

Suellen Parker’s claymation figures break the mold Article

Artist’s subjects find their happy places in Parker’s Whitespace exhibit Letting Go

Artist Thornton Dial confronts the Hard Truths Article

Alabama artist’s high-profile retrospective opens at the High Museum

Laurel Nakadate gives a command performance at ACAC Article

The well-established artist explores the sexualization of femininity with photos and video

S. Patricia Patterson re-imagines the American Dream in Back to the Future Article

Forward Arts Foundation Emerging Artist Award winner’s vision has a nightmarish twist

World Wide Arts Federation gets political with art battle No. 6 Article

Beef spells relief for Fabian Williams, aka the Occasional Superstar

Young Blood turns the big one-five Article

Indie art space celebrates 15 years in Atlanta with a retrospective exhibit

Photographer Martin Parr captures the good times Article

Parr’s Hagedorn Foundation Gallery show reveals humanity is all its strange glory

Conceptual photographer Nikita Gale’s 1961 remembers when Article

Gale excavates the past to consider present notions about identity

Rocio Rodriguez tears painting down to build it back up Article

Rodriguez holds onto the essential in Purge at Sandler Hudson Gallery

Jason Butcher shows movie madness at As in a Mirror, Dimly Article

Artist’s gessoed wood drawings full of intricate twists and turns

Whitespace exhibit contemplates intersection of culture and the cosmos Article

From Cosmology to Neurology and Back Again is ambitious, cerebral, and worth your time

Car culture Article

Terminal Velocity examines the power of mobility and place in our lives

MINT Gallery’s Linearity forges connections through storytelling Article

Show’s best work explores what happens between points A and B

MODA shuts down Peachtree Street for skateboard show Article

Skate it or Hang it!? opens three-month run with public skate parade and professional demos

Hale Woodruff’s Talladega College murals of the Amistad mutiny embark on a national tour Article

Four-year partnership between the college and the High Museum results in Rising Up

Sarah Emerson unearths troubling territory in Underland Article

Local painter loses her innocence in a dark, abstract solo show

Andi Steele’s installation Interspace succeeds in minimalism Article

Chastain Arts Center’s new exhibit is quiet and contemplative

Jason Kofke and Chris Chambers contemplate The Ends Article

Duo’s Beep Beep Gallery collaboration is the best kind of cultural time capsule

Ben Roosevelt’s The Blue Flame pours one out for art Article

Solo exhibit transforms Get This! Gallery into dive bar

Alejandro Aguilera embraces the Modern Spirit at the High Article

Cuban-born, Atlanta-based artist offers an effusive to creativity

Mankind’s future looks bleak in Katherine Taylor’s haunting exhibit Firmament Article

Painter tackles tumult and tragedy in Marcia Wood Gallery exhibit

Former North Korean propaganda artist Song Byeok takes to the canvas to speak out about a corrupt regime Article

Song holds an exhibit and appearance at the Goat Farm in February

Street photographer Vivian Maier emerges from obscurity Article

The late, professional nanny kept her body of work hidden in a storage unit

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