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Visual Arts

Visual Arts


Gyun Hur’s new work contemplates personal, emotional landscapes Article

Hudgens Prize winner earns her $50,000

Brad Downey talks Spontaneous Sculpture in Atlanta Article

Berlin-based artist responds to the shape of cities with sculptural approach to street art

On the origins of Darwin at Fernbank Article

Exhibit traces the life and work of a scientist with a serious ‘to do’ list

Patrick Heagney dismisses truth in a snap Article

Heagney’s photography investigates memory at Kai Lin Art

Atlanta Contemporary Art Center has a strong Sex Drive Article

Group show experiments with different sexual positions

Photographer Jody Fausett takes care of Unfinished Business Article

The law of the femme is gospel in Fausett’s latest body of work

Monica Cook ‘Volleys’ between beauty and repulsion Article

Stop-motion animation from the Georgia-born artist continues her exploration of abrasively attractive bodies

Cui Xiuwen’s photos swirl with the circular contemplation of self Article

Chinese artist’s exhibit Existential Emptiness as heady and befuddling as it sounds

Michael Koehler’s photos hint at stories yet to come Article

Get This! Gallery shows photographs taken around the world and artist’s native Philly

Echoes of the Sublime is full of natural wonders Article

Emily Amy Gallery show marvels at the world around us

Matt Haffner’s got street cred Article

Artist’s solo show celebrates the seamy side of Atlanta life

Sally Mann’s Proud Flesh is eroticism on ice Article

Photographer captures her husband’s physical charms in the face of his muscular dystrophy

Funny, angsty, urgent show considers the boundaries of drawing Article

Drawing Connections capitalizes on the form’s low-key charm

Lucha Rodriguez spills her guts in Fluoressence Article

Artist’s Forward Arts Foundation solo show hums with animated energy

Emerging Artists 2011 feels safe but shows promise Article

Thrill factor missing from group showing of fresh up-and-comers

Beep Beep Gallery hits the five-year mark Article

Co-founders James McConnell and Mark Basehore celebrate with collaborative exhibit Me/We

Gather Atlanta’s newest participants Article

New faces mix with old favorites at the 2011 event

Gather Atlanta rallies the creative masses Article

Third annual local arts consortium encourages artists to pick each other’s brains

Middle Passages Redux carries the weight of the modern world Article

Yanique Norman’s work is both distressing and immensely pleasurable

When Hip-Hop ruled the earth Article

Mike Schreiber’s True Hip-Hop reveals hip-hop in its heyday

Radcliffe Bailey draws from dark history to push his own art forward Article

Atlanta’s can take pride in homegrown talent on display at High

Francis X. Pavy’s New Roads unfurls a mixed-media head trip Article

Louisiana-based artist shows a yen for retro imagery and manic layers at Barbara Archer Gallery

CDC museum looks at a history of violence against women Article

Off the Beaten Path a reminder that art can be the best way to tackle difficult subjects

Shinique Smith outfits SCAD in the fashionating Enchantment Article

This Vivienne Westwood of the gallery set makes clothing her medium

Young Blood show needles tradition with subversive sewing Article

Crossbred Thread: Ego and Memory will leave you in stitches

Paper Twins’ polished twofer at Get This! Article

Gone With the Twins offers an ironic nod to the South’s self-aggrandizement

Take a peek inside Adrienne Outlaw’s glory holes Article

Artist cooks up a heady concoction with Witch’s Brew

Mark Hogancamp dolls up misfortune in Marwencol Article

New York artist’s imaginary world resonates with bitter truths

Brad Johnston will tickle your furry bone Article

The Magic Theatre runs wild in a mythological mashup

Color scheming in Mark Making in Black and White Article

Brett Smith, Alex Brewer and Dixie Purvis’ simple palette turns out complex results

High’s Cartier-Bresson exhibit is a sumptuous banquet Article

The Modern Century like gazing upon civilization in its idealistic, carefree youth

Meta Gary imagines a new world order in Animal Instinct Article

The painter performs an anthropomorphic hocus-pocus at Emily Amy Gallery

Solomon Projects rock show hits high and low notes Article

Something Along the Lines of Rock ‘n’ Roll is more like an entertaining cover band than a well-oiled act

Jill Storthz’s Woodcuts offers a ’50s flashback Article

If ‘Mad Men’s’ Don Draper were a tad groovier, something like Storthz’s work might hang in his pad

Mr. Imagination funks up Barbara Archer Gallery Article

There’s something visually anarchic about the artist’s self-titled show

Photographer Lisette de Boisblanc can see right through you Article

Taken by the Fog revels in de Boisblanc’s eerie X-ray vision

IngridMwangiRobertHutter fleshes out the meaning of self Article

Spelman exhibit offers a crash course in race, nationality, sexuality, power and powerlessness

...After the Suburbs waves goodbye to the glory days Article

Kiang Gallery exhibition ponders suburbia’s future

Beep Beep Gallery’s new show takes pleasure in old ways Article

Double Vision big on feeling, small on statement

Under the influence at MOCA GA Article

Movers & Shakers highlights the creative chatter between Atlanta artists

An interview with Hudgens Prize winner Gyun Hur Article

‘It’s not just about a single artist and not just about $50,000.’

The curious fatalism of Chris Verene’s Family Article

Verene confirms everything you thought you knew about Midwestern yokels

McCallum and Tarry invoke a more subtle conversation about race Article

Evenly Yoked at Spelman Museum of Fine Art

Artist Chakaia Booker treads the environment Article

Discarded rubber works and photogravures examine the artist’s process and place

Daniel Finch resurrects the TV star in Pipeline Article

Solo show at Twin Kittens examines the psychology of the watcher

This is Shana Robbins. Be careful. Article

Artist readies for the biggest exhibition of her career

John Belingheri and Pam Longobardi display their fixations at Sandler Hudson Gallery Article

Collections explore different types of obsession

Kim Anno’s liberal media Article

Artist tackles abstraction with gusto for the painted surface

Re-purposed domesticates art Article

Exhibition at Emily Amy Gallery doesn’t entirely live up to the scope of its own billing

Artists line up at MOCA GA Article

Series of exhibitions experiment with lines

Andrew Moore reveals magic in ruins Article

Photographers Detroit series understands the beauty of decay

Alcove Gallery’s latest snacks on lunchbox concept Article

Cartoon Madness V: The Lunchbox Show satisfies

The Significance of Pandra Williams and Annette Gates Article

Artists collaborative Kiang Gallery show is a natural wonder

David Johnson stays in the zone at Opal Gallery Article

Retrospective of photographer’s work remembers life before hippies in San Francisco’s Fillmore district

Obscura blacks out Eyedrum Article

New show reverses many of an art exhibition’s conventions

Gay Atlanta remembered Article

John Q collective goes public with Memory Flash

Role-playing with Clare Rojas Article

Exhibit Through the Woods offers delicious conundrum

Jo Peterson is a natural beauty Article

Artist’s photographic drawings have reflective, dreamlike qualities

Three sisters grace Whitespace Gallery Article

Ling, Bo and Hong Zhang work shows solidarity and individuality

Scott Ingram works under pre-existing conditions Article

Ingram learns from the past in Solomon Projects’ ...Through Line...

Dalton Gallery’s LIMITLESS has science class Article

Exhibit is a study in contrasts as much as art’s endless possibilities

Run for Cover showcases the art of design Article

Iconic album artwork covers Spruill Gallery

Jiha Moon’s candy coated chaos Article

Saltworks Gallery pops with Blue Peony and Impure Thoughts

The promises and pitfalls of Atlanta’s art-collecting ethos Article

More Mergers and Acquisitions is as much about who owns the objects as it is about what they are

Dawolu Jabari Anderson makes Saltworks his dojo Article

Ten Panthers of Kwangtung combines kung fu, Civil Rights and pop culture

Photographer Oraien Catledge remembers Cabbagetown Article

New book and exhibit show the old neighborhood in its gritty, grimy glory

Alec Soth ventures into the Woods Article

Soth’s Black Line of Woods hopscotches through an epic Southern landscape

Hagedorn Foundation Gallery gets personal Article

The Notion of Family and Documents: City Life chronicle timeless themes of relationships

Artist Leisa Rich gets to the root of the problem Article

Rich’s graphic textile works are on view at Callanwolde through Aug. 28

Scott Silvey’s post-apocalyptic garden grows at Whitespace Article

When everything human has at last failed, nature is allowed to return unfettered in Silvey’s paintings

Mondo Politico organizers find new ways to celebrate visual art Article

The event weaves photography, painting, sculpture and other forms into the festival’s tapestry of raucous queer voices

MOCA GA preserves region’s visual-arts legacy Article

Annette Cone-Skelton leads the way