This week at ACP: ‘Borrowed Light, ‘India’ and ‘Chimera: Andy Warhol through the 1980s’
Atlanta Celebrates Photography is coming close to its end with only a couple weeks left. If you haven’t been able to attend any events so far, then these shows will be perfect to see while they’re on exhibition.
Nov. 1 – Dec. 28 Opening reception: Nov. 1, 6.-8 p.m.
Mason Fine Arts 415 Plasters Ave. NE Suite 100
“Borrowed Light” is an exhibition at Mason Fine Art that will be displaying the work of SCAD’s photography professors and staff, along with other photographers. The most familiar names on the list of those photographers are V. Elizabeth Turk, Travis Dodd and Michael James O’Brien.
Professor Turk is a member of the Society of Photographic Education, received an M.F.A. from Georgia State University and had work exhibited at the High Museum. She teaches darkroom photography and antiquarian methods at SCAD.
Travis Dodd received a B.F.A. for photography and an M.A. for sculpture from SCAD. He has been in many publications such as American Oxford and Urge Magazine, and has also done solo exhibitions at Beep Beep Gallery and Whitespec Gallery. He is the operations coordinator in instructional technology here at SCAD.
Michael James O’Brien received an M.F.A. from Yale University and has been published in The New York Times, GQ Magazine and Rolling Stone Magazine. He has worked for Ralph Lauren and Saks Fifth Avenue. He is an associate chair of photography here at SCAD.
Borrowed Light is an exhibition that explores all forms of photography from photograms to digital work as an appreciation for the light that makes it possible to photograph anything.
Oct. 31 – Nov. 30 Artist reception: Nov. 2, 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Pace Academy, Fine Arts Center 966 West Paces Ferry Road NW
“India,” exhibited at Pace Academy, is a collection of photographs taken by France Dorman and Pace students from their abroad study tour in India. The trip was taken through Isdell Center for Global Leadership (ICGL). ICGL is Pace’s study abroad program made to initial leadership and global education among their students.
Aug. 25 – Nov. 25 Film screening: Nov. 3, 7 p.m.
Michael C. Carlos Museum 571 South Kilgo Circle
This Saturday at the Michael C. Carlos Museum there is a film exhibition on the modified polaroids and silver gelatin prints of Andy Warhol. The show explores the world famous artist in a different light by exhibiting the work he did which was different from what we know him for. The museum’s official website states, “In contrast to his most iconic pop art prints, these lesser-known works of art reveal a thoughtful and self-reflective artist interested in multiple techniques and stages of completion.” The full show started Aug. 25 and will end Nov. 25.