Gallery Shows And Art Exhibits To Visit In Metro Atlanta This Fall

“Bridge,” a 100-ft. long sculpture of cascading gold arms and a fist suspended from the ceiling at The High is the centerpiece of the museum’s newest exhibit.
(Patrice Worthy/WABE)

With Drawn Arms: Glenn Kaino and Tommie Smith

Through Feb. 3, 2019
High Museum of Art

The exhibit recognizes 50 years since sprinter Tommie Smith raised a fist at the 1968 Summer Olympic Games in Mexico in protest.

Chimera: Andy Warhol through the 1980s

Through Nov. 25
Michael C. Carlos Museum

The exhibit highlights Polaroids, silver gelatin prints, and screenprints from the Michael C. Carlos Museum’s Works on Paper collection to explore Warhol’s working process and nuanced takes on identity, according to the museum. In contrast to his most iconic pop art prints, these lesser known works of art reveal a thoughtful and self-reflective artist interested in multiple techniques and stages of completion.

People, Places and Things

Through Oct. 27
Lagerquist Gallery

This exhibit features work on canvas by texture master Andy Braitman along with Impressionistic realism in acrylic and oil by Washington artist Angela Bandurka. Color, value, and design are the focus of her work.

Black Metropolis

Through Nov. 25
Hammonds House Museum

Black Metropolis is now on view at the Hammonds House Museum. It features decades of published and unpublished work by artist Tim Fielder.

See “Black Metropolis” through Nov. 25. (Courtesy of Hammonds House Museum)

El Show – Latin American contemporary art

Oct. 19-30
OPENspace ATL: 1048 N Highland Ave. 

You can see a pop-up gallery featuring the work of nine local Latin-American artists on Highland Avenue. The exhibit is the latest installation from OPENspace ATL and was curated by Esteban Patino.

OPENspace ATL’s pop-up space at 1048 N Highland Ave. (Courtesy of Unknown Vincent)

Different Strokes

Oct. 26-Nov. 30
Gregg Irby Gallery

Head to the Gregg Irby Gallery to see “Different Strokes.” The group show celebrates a variety of artistic styles featuring artists from Massachusetts to Louisiana. The curated collection features original art from landscapes and florals to abstracts and hunting scenes – with a multitude of mediums represented.

Atlanta Contemporary Jewelry Show

Nov. 2-4
The Carter Center: 453 Freedom Parkway

The Atlanta Contemporary Jewelry Show is happening features 30 jewelry artists from 16 states. This public event offers an opportunity to meet the artists, be entertained, be surprised, and purchase distinctive works produced by hand in their independent studios.

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