Whitespace will be open 11 am to 5 pm Friday, April 23rd through Sunday, April 25th for the Inman Park Festival!
Come in from the heat and enjoy our latest exhibition by Whitney and Micah Stansell: Past. Perfect. Continuous.
Whitespace is also proud to announce the debut of the gallery collective i45 with the video and sound installation: The Skies Over Atlanta: Where Euclid Meets Edgewood. Created by Neil Fried, Evan Levy, Priscilla Smith and Jerry Cullum, the installation features film footage taken over the years in Inman Park and the Fourth Ward, along with sounds of urban neighborhoods past, photographic graffiti and a sculpture piece.
Located in the former church at 850 Euclid Avenue, The Skies Over Atlanta will be on view from 11 am to 6 pm Saturday, April 24 and Sunday, April 25.
i45 is comprised of Whitespace, Barbara Archer Gallery, Jenny Henley Studio, Wm Turner Gallery, and the Opal Gallery. The collective plans to host installation projects in lieu of the more conventional art walks held in other neighborhoods.
For more about Skies Over Atlanta, please read Cathy Fox’s post at ArtsCriticATL.