Roe Ethridge lecture at the High Museum, Sat., 2pm

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Roe Ethridge will be speaking at the High Museum of Art this Saturday, at 2pm, in the Rich Auditorium.

Roe Ethridge (American, born 1969) studied photography at the Atlanta College of Art. Working within the classic genres of portrait, landscape, and still life photography, Ethridge integrates conceptual and commercial practices, at times using images already in circulation - including outtakes from his own editorial work.

Ethridge's work has been shown at institutions such as the Barbican Center (London), Carnegie Museum of Art (Pittsburgh), Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston), and the Whitney Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. In 2011, he was shortlisted for the Deutsche Borse Photography Prize. His first major retrospective, curated by Anne Pontegnie, was exhibited at Le Consortium in Dijon before traveling to Museum Leuven, Belgium, in 2012.

This program is free, however seating is limited and must be reserved through the Woodruff Arts Center Box Office at 404-733-5000. Limit two tickets per person. Tickets to the Museum are sold separately. Parking decks on site or take MARTA to Arts Center Station.

As a reminder, Friday and Saturday are the pick-up days (from 10am-1pm) for My Atlanta Exhibition at Ponce City Market.

Here are this week's remaining events & exhibitions:

Friday:
Opening reception & book signing for Andrew Feiler
Opening reception for Mary Stanley Selects for APG
Marcia Vaitsman reception at Whitespace
Opening reception for Alicia Collins
Pick-up your photographs at My Atlanta Exhibition

Saturday:
ACP Lecture Series / ART PAPERS LIVE with Roe Ethridge at the High Museum
Raymond Smith on view at Georgia Museum of Art
Opening reception for National Photography Exhibit 2015
Pick-up your photographs at My Atlanta Exhibition

Sunday:
Juror's talk & reception at Amblewood Gallery

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