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Serenbe’s Art Farm cultivates talent

Unlike most upscale planned communities, where standard amenities are golf courses and tennis courts, the selling points at Serenbe include an organic farm, solar power, and now an artists colony.
Alex Katz

Alex Katz landscape exhibit opens at the High Museum of Art

Alex Katz may be best known for his stylized portraiture—he’s painted the likes of Anna Wintour and Kate Moss—but the octogenarian has also been creating landscapes since the 1950s.
Artist Collective

Atlanta Artist Collective gallery supports local artists and nonprofits

When Atlantans buy local art, everyone wins. The work is often less expensive, it fosters the city’s creative culture, and it helps artists stay in business.

Atlanta loves art festivals, but local artists are still struggling

The sun shines, birds sing, dogwoods bloom, and weekends brim with festivals. It’s time to grab a beer, take in some music. . . buy some art? Hold on a minute. Atlanta’s festival culture—which, thanks to our mellow climate, is basically a year-round phenomenon—may delude us into thinking we’re supporting the creative class.

High Museum showcases Wifredo Lam’s surreal world with 40 paintings

To merely describe Wifredo Lam as an important 20th-century surrealist would do him a disservice. The Cuban painter’s hybrid vision was far broader, encompassing magical realism, modernism, and postmodernism—making him influential in not just the art world but also literary and political groups.

WonderRoot proves CSAs aren’t just for vegetables anymore

For now, WonderRoot is headquartered in a charmingly shabby bungalow on a gritty stretch of Memorial Drive. But never mind the urban setting; this ten-year-old community arts organization has taken a cue from farmers. Subscribers to community-supported agriculture (or CSA) programs pay growers a fee at the start of the season in exchange for baskets of locally harvested bounty. Four seasons ago, WonderRoot launched its own CSA—“community-supported art.”

Preview: Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2014

Now in its fifth year, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is the largest temporary public art exhibition in the Southeast, according to Elan Buchen, the BeltLine’s coordinator for art and design. This year, visual arts installations stretch not only along the Eastside Trail but also along six more miles of future BeltLine trails along the southeast and westside corridors.

Atlanta Fall Arts Guide

Visual and performing arts, concerts, film and TV premieres, and other events worth checking out this season

Lantern Parade kicks off 2014 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

Hardy souls who attended early Art on the Atlanta BeltLine events clambered over abandoned rail lines and industrial right-of-ways. Back then, the idea of a twenty-two-mile transit loop through town seemed as fanciful as the kinetic sculptures on display.

16th annual Atlanta Celebrates Photography supports local artists

Designed to support local photographers and showcase international work, Atlanta Celebrates Photography, now in its sixteenth year, encompasses lectures, exhibitions, and screenings at more than 150 venues.

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