Sarah Emerson’s latest creation in her Underland series is underway in the form of a large mural adorning three walls of the Haskell Atrium Gallery at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville, Florida. The project will be Continue reading
Sarah Emerson and Jody Fausett are currently part of the “Day Job: Georgia” exhibition at the Contemporary, which is up now through March 24, 2012.
Sarah Emerson and her daughter, Harlow Cregar, have a site-specific installation and mural. Be on the look out for Sarah’s upcoming solo show at whitespace, which opens Thursday, April 5, 2012 at 7 PM.
|Sarah Emerson and daughter Harlow Cregar at “Day Job: Georgia.”|
Jody Fausett, who had his solo exhibition at whitespace this past November, selected several of his new photographs for the Contemporary’s show.
|Jody Fausett’s work at “Day Job: Georgia”|
For additional information about “Day Job: Georgia,” please visit the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center website.
BurnAway has posted several pictures of the exhibition and opening reception on its Flickr photostream.
August 26 – October 30, 2011
Opening reception: Friday, August 26 | 5 – 10 PM
Whitespace is pleased to announce Sarah Emerson’s participation in Atlanta’s ELEVATE | Art Above Underground! This sixty-six day long public art exhibition features both art installations and performances from a variety of local, national, and international artists. The project is the result of a collaboration between the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs Public Art Program and Underground Atlanta, and it is meant to bring attention to both the downtown Atlanta area and the city’s art community. Emerson’s piece, “Zero Mile,” is a vinyl window installation in the heart of downtown. Named after the sign marking the city limit, the piece shows the imagined imagery of post-Civil War Atlanta. The piece is illuminated at night, but it is also visible during the day.
ELEVATE officially opens Friday, August 26, 2011 at 5 PM along the Upper Alabama Street Corridor and surrounding areas in central downtown Atlanta.
Make sure you see Sarah’s piece near the capitol before ELEVATE ends October 30th!
For more information, visit http://elevateatlanta.blogspot.com.
|A view of Sarah Emerson’s mural in downtown Atlanta during the day.|
|A view of Sarah Emerson’s ELEVATE | Art Above Underground piece lit up at night.|
Gallery artist Sarah Emerson is currently working on her large panoramic mural for Manif d’art 5, the Quebec City Biennale curated by Sylvie Fortin, Editor-in-Chief of ART PAPERS magazine. Below a glimpse of Emerson’s work-in-progress.
Manif d’art 5 will be held May 1st – June 13th.
TODAY | Saturday, October 10 | 2 PM
Wishes, a collaborative film by Blake Williams and Robin Bernat
Saturday, October 10 | 8 PM
Sunday, October 11 | 8 PM
Saturday, October 10 is the last day to view Soft Trap new paintings by Sarah Emerson
& Withershins sculptural works by Jeff Grant
Wed – Sat | 11 AM – 5 PM
I was very sorry to miss the opening reception of Sarah Emerson and Jeff Grant’s Soft Trap + Withershins. But many of you were smart enough to stay in town (do away with the traffic, please!) and grace us with your presence at the gallery. It seems to have been great fun and games! Thank you all for coming!
We are open until 5 this afternoon if you wish to stop by, and would love to see you here!
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