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Nancy Floyd | Weathering Time

City Lights: Nancy Floyd; ‘Medium’; And More

November 24,2017
WABE.org
City Lights with Lois Reitzes
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1:21: Lois Reitzes talks with artist Nancy Floyd, who has been photographing herself since 1982. Those photographs are make up her series “Weathering Time,” now on view at White Space.

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Nancy Floyd


Art Review: Still Life: Nancy Floyd at Whitespace

November 22,2017
burnaway.org
by Jason Francisco
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Photography’s relationship to time is arguably its greatest puzzle and source of fascination – the inconstant ways that photographs cause us to imagine time, and challenge our perception of time.

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Nancy Floyd, Evolution of the Darkroom 1983-2016, archival inkjet print on Epson Exhibition Fiber, 10 by 13.5 inches.


Review: At Whitespace, Nancy Floyd is artist and subject, archivist and curator

November 13,2017
ArtsAtl.com
by Deanna Sirlin
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Atlanta-based artist Nancy Floyd has been photographing herself first thing in the morning in her home since 1982. Her new exhibition Weathering Time at Whitespace Gallery through December 2 is a photographer’s record of documenting her life over the course of 35 years.

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Nancy Floyd, Pants 1982–2016, 2017, detail, archival inkjet print on Epson Exhibition Fiber, 10” x 102”, edition 1 of 8.

Amy Pleasant – Writing Pictures + Sara Hobbs and Hannah Israel – A Handful of Dust: Reviews

Art Review: Fragments from the Museum of Us: “Ancient Art Objects” at Whitespace

October 20,2017
burnaway.org
by Jerry Cullum
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Amy Pleasant’s Writing Pictures and Hannah Israel + Sarah Hobbs’ A Handful of Dust, both at Whitespace through October 28, are ways of categorizing things in order to make sense of them. In both cases, the sense being made is far from obvious, but the beautiful elusiveness of the art objects is intellectually and emotionally seductive.

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installation shot of Amy Pleasant's work (Photo: Kristina Ford)

Bojana Ginn | Infinite Body review and other news

Reimagining the future: a conversation with Bojana Ginn

September 14,2017
ArtsAtl.com
by Laura Relyea
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Since moving to the United States from Serbia in 2002, Bojana Ginn has captured the imaginations of innumerable art lovers, gallerists and scientists alike with her two- and three-dimensional ephemeral works that explore issues on the forefront in the realms of science and mathematics — the ethics of bioengineering, meddling with the human genome and developments in artificial intelligence.

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Bojana Ginn in her studio


News: MOCA GA announces the 2017 Working Artist Project recipients

August 14,2017
ArtsAtl.com
by Laura Relyea
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Atlanta’s arts community gathered at The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia for the organization’s annual announcement of its Working Artist Project winners for 2017.

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gathering at MOCA GA


Review: “The Translated Mark” explores repetition, technical innovation and communication

April 26,2017
ArtsAtl.com
by Jerry Cullum
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Bojana Ginn’s Infinite Body, at Whitespace through May 13, ought to be experienced as an extraordinarily beautiful exhibition first and foremost. The reasoning behind the beauty takes us into intellectual territory that requires a bit of a journey to fathom.

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Bojana Ginn: Infinite Body, 1

Ancient Art Objects curated by Katie Geha

Art Review: Fragments from the Museum of Us: “Ancient Art Objects” at Whitespace

August 18,2017
burnaway.org
by Dan Weiskopf
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“At midnight in the museum hall/ The fossils gathered for a ball,” wrote Ogden Nash in one of his mordant little verses. As the news murmurs of extinctions on a global scale, “Ancient Art Objects” comes as a well-timed fossil’s ball.

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Works by Rosemary Mayer. (Photo: Kristina Ford)

Luminous Animals | Visiting Artists from Zeitgeist Gallery in Nashville

Art Review: Nashville’s Zeitgeist Gallery Brings “Luminous Animals” to Whitespace

July 15,2017
burnaway.org
by E.C. Flamming
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There are few art spaces in Atlanta lovelier on a summer evening than Whitespace, in its 1893 carriage house with a dreamy patio and gardens. The opening of “Luminous Animals,” a group show featuring nearly a dozen artists from Zeitgeist gallery in Nashville, happened to land on a particularly warm and clear night.

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Alex Lockwood, Birth of a Blue Man, 2016; mixed media, bread ties, 21 by 23 inches.