"Join APG for a special Speaking of Photography featuring Athens-based photographer Carl Martin, as he leads us on a journey chronicling his 25-year photographic practice and previews his highly anticipated monograph Carl Martin: The Book.
Thursday, June 21st at 7:00pm
APG Main Gallery
75 Bennett St. NW Suite B-1
Atlanta, GA 30308
*Image caption: Carl Martin, "Towards Salvage," 1994-1998*"
Exhibition Dates: April 28 – July 25
Location: Gallery Walk at Terminus, Building 200, 3333 Piedmont Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30305
Atlanta Photography Group and Gallery Walk at Terminus are proud to present, “Growing Up Human,” an exhibition of photographic portraits focused on the universally shared experiences of childhood and love. Although every individual experiences these rites of passage in their own unique way, viewers we can all relate to these images. Curated by Nick Ashton, the show features the work of these artists: Mark Caceres, Maggie Callahan, Shannon Davis, Erin Fender, Jennifer Garza-Cuen, Henry Jacobs, JOEKINGATL, Kasey Medlin, Beate Sass, Todd Suttles, Parker Smith, and Yolanda Santiago White.
Dance with Lucinda - Tickets & Info
Apr 20, 2018
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Join us to celebrate the inimitable Lucinda Bunnen along with our current exhibition of her work in our Permanent Collection titled Lucinda. Dance to retro tunes by DJ Ryan Noise of Radial Entertainment! Enjoy drinks and dessert! You won’t want to miss this!
"Join Mark Steinmetz, a leading Southern artist whose photographs capture the distinctive character of the region, as he shares insights on the exhibition Mark Steinmetz: Terminus, at the High (March 3–June 3) photographs in, around, and above Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. His black-and-white photographs lend a poignant perspective on how this gateway to the wider world is a place of delightful paradoxes. Mark Steinmetz: Terminus is the latest chapter in the ongoing Picturing the South project, for which the High Museum commissions artists to create original bodies of work that offer new perspectives on the South’s social and geographical landscapes."(photo credit: © Mark Steinmetz)