Now that the school year has ended, you finally have time to spend with that special someone. But, where do you go?
Maybe the atmosphere and the people who came out to the High Museum’s teen night are the reason I felt better connected to the art and atmosphere in the past. So, this time I decided to connect the artwork to current memes and moods.
So, this fancy-shmancy, whitey-ditey musuem stuck its only black exhibit in the basement.
From intimidating sculptures of horses to abstract portraits of the night, I found that most of Atlanta’s High Museum of Art comes to life by breaking from the normal and expected.
Daniel Arsham creates an aura of hidden absurdity — these concepts of time are right under people’s noses but often fail to be acknowledged.
Artist Daniel Arsham’s “Basketball Lamp 2017” literally surrounds you on all sides and is entirely purple.
Teen Night at the High Museum of Art will take place Saturday, Aug. 13, 7 to 10 p.m. with a theme of Retroactive and a pop-up shop — all planned by teens.
If you’re looking for the next level in artistic summer opportunities, look no further. These programs help teens learn about the visual arts, musical instruments, writing, film production and drama.
The highly-anticipated “The Rise of Sneaker Culture” made its way to Atlanta with a variety of shoes in tow to please both the seasoned art critic and the impassioned local sneakerhead alike. Atlanta, a city that acts as a hub for fashion, especially in regard to black fashion and the surrounding culture, is a match […]
Put on your nicest pair of J’s, Chuck’s or Adidas and go see The High Museum of Art’s latest exhibition, “The Rise of Sneaker Culture.”