Give Me A MoMA: Atlanta

Last year, I took a trip to Atlanta’s High Museum of Art. This is one of my favorite stops in ATL and I would strongly encourage you to check it out the next time you’re in the southeast portion of the country. The art featured here is from an exhibition(s) that is no longer on view at the museum (sorry!). Nevertheless, the High Museum of Art has many gems in its permanent collection and the traveling exhibitions are always worthwhile.

Location: 1280 Peachtree St NE
Ticket price: $19.50
Website: http://www.high.org

Featured art (from left to right):

Row 1: Gala Carriage of the Vienna court— The “Princes’ Carriage, 1750-1755; Ghana Shock, Four Barber Shop Signs, 20th Century; Christian BoltanskiMonument/Odessa, 1990

Row 2: Fahama PecouNative Tongue, 2015;

Row 3: Unknown Italian Artist, Gaius Julius Caesar, early 1st century; Gerhard RichterSieben Stehende Scheiben, 2002

Row 4: Iris van HerpenVoltage, Dress, January 2013

Row 5:

Row 6: Anish Kapoor, Untitled, 2010

One Comment Add yours

  1. The Tale Light Trekkers says:

    Wow! I’ve been to Atlanta before but I missed this jewel!

    http://www.thetalelighttrekkers.com

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