Southern Exposure: Artadia Awardees 2009 Atlanta PDF Print E-mail

"Hotlanta" comes to the South End with Southern Exposure: Artadia Awardees 2009 Atlanta. The seven artists featured in the exhibit provide a rich and varied snapshot of the thriving arts community in Atlanta - the unofficial capital city of the South. Lovingly nicknamed "Hotlanta" by locals and non-locals alike, the city poses a distinct foil to Boston's cooler New England climate.

Presented in partnership with Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue, "Southern Exposure" teases out a complex understanding of space and place through a range of materials and practices including painting, sculpture, video and photography.

Artists featured in the exhibit: Tristan Al-Haddad, Don Cooper (Judith Alexander Artadia Awardee), Ruth Dusseault, Fahamu Pecou, Jerry Siegel, Larry M. Walker, and Angela West.

Curated by Dina Deitsch, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park.

The Mills Gallery has holiday hours:

Fri, Dec 24 - Sun, Dec 26 | Fri, Dec 31 & Sat, Jan 1

Mon, Dec 20 - Thur, Dec 23 12 - 5pm
Mon, Dec 27 - Thur, Dec 30 & Sun, Jan 2 12 - 5pm

Exhibition programs are free, open to the public and take place at the Mills Gallery, located at 551 Tremont Street in Boston's historic South End.

Artadia Exhibitions Exchange funded by the Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts. Visual Arts at the BCA funded by the Joan Mitchell Foundation.



National Endowment for the Arts

Institutional supporters

Massachusetts Cultural Council


Liberty Mutual Foundation

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