Arnika Dawkins Gallery is devoted to presenting fine art from both emerging and established photographers, specializing in images by African Americans and of African Americans. The gallerist is passionate about connecting collectors to artwork that is significant, inspiring and provocative. As a fine art photographer and avid collector herself, she is a valuable resource to collectors and artists alike. The gallery's objective is to provide an educational platform that supports this burgeoning community of talented artists.
The Atlanta Photography Group (APG) hosts photographic exhibitions throughout the year in its gallery space at the Tula Art Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Most shows are juried by well-known photography curators, gallery owners and experts.
Brickworks Gallery was founded in 2016 by Laura W. Adams. Adams, an artist herself, has shown her work for 25 years in galleries and exhibitions across the country. Throughout her years as an artist, she has come to admire and collect works by many other artists she has met along the way. Adams has brought these artists together to create Atlanta’s new art venue, Brickworks Gallery. Brickworks Gallery is dedicated to showcasing the work of talented and inspired artists whose work tells compelling stories. The artists come from all walks of life, but they have this trait in common: their work is a finely crafted expression of their lives and life experiences, story-telling art that is fun, compelling and accessible.
828 Ralph McGill Blvd Ste L1 Atlanta, Georgia - GA30306
Gallery L1 is a unique 3000 + square foot gallery and studio space on the bottom floor of the Historic Telephone Factory Lofts on the Atlanta Beltline. Located in the Old 4th Ward, it sits at a crossroads of Virginia Highlands, Little 5 Points, Inman Park and is easily accessible by the Atlanta Beltline. In addition to gallery exhibitions we host film screenings, pop-up dinners, workshops, fundraisers, seasonal markets and other special events. The gallery is also available for rent to photography, film and video productions. Our mission is to fuse community, art and commerce into one space.
3115 East Shadowlawn Avenue Atlanta, Georgia - GA30305
In 1990, Jane Jackson opened Jackson Fine Art, a gallery in Atlanta specializing in 20th century and contemporary photography. Jackson Fine Art quickly became an important voice in the south as well as the international market. In March of 2003, Jane Jackson sold the gallery to her director of six years Anna Walker Skillman. Ms. Jackson went on to become the director of the prestigious Sir Elton John Photography Collection. Jackson Fine Art continues to have a strong focus on contemporary work while maintaining a blend of 20th century and vintage works. Jackson Fine Art participates and has participated in various international art fairs including, The Photography Show (AIPAD) in New York and Miami; Paris Photo; Art Chicago: The Navy Pier Show; and Photo Los Angeles.
KIANG GALLERY was established in 1992 and continues a challenging exhibition program of contemporary works in all media: painting, drawing, contemporary photography, sculpture, digital media, including a long standing commitment to Chinese contemporary art and Chinese photography, by emerging and mid-career artists. In September 2007, Kiang Gallery reopened in a completely renovated new space in Atlanta's booming Westside. Exhibitions run to five weeks and the gallery maintains a complete inventory of work available for acquisition. Kiang's defining aesthetic, as well as the gallery's conceptual orientation, reflect a high regard for cross-cultural discourse and non-liner perception.
425 Peachtree Hills Ave, Building 5 Suite 29B Atlanta, Georgia - GA30305
Lumière provides a diverse range of photographic art through its’ own proprietary collection, regular exhibitions and acquisition activities on behalf of clients. The gallery has work from over 75 photographers. They range from masters of the 19th and 20th century to more contemporary practitioners. All are established, with works in important museum collections, as well as having participated in multiple exhibitions. Most have had multiple books and catalogues published on their work.The gallery’s collection is available in a virtual mode through this web site (www.lumieregallery.net) as well as in person at our physical location, in the Buckhead section of Atlanta Georgia. Exhibitions are augmented by lectures in partnership with leading institutions, talks at the gallery and through film screenings. Recent exhibitions may also be viewed on line for up to two years from the date of the show. Many of the artists’ talks and film screenings are also available on line. Lumière was founded to advance the understanding and appreciation of photography. The gallery has also supported a range of photography initiatives at the secondary school and university levels.
Mason Murer Fine Art opened in Atlanta’s Buckhead / Armour Industrial District in 2004. Atlanta’s largest fine art gallery, the AIA award-winning 24,000 square-foot space is unique in its scope and its offerings. The gallery’s focus is a continually evolving selection of high quality contemporary works by regional, national, and international artists. In addition, Mason Murer Fine Art is in the business of showcasing the work of new artists and facilitating their further artistic development. Mason Murer Fine Art welcomes private and corporate collectors, and welcomes professionals from the decorative arts community. The wide variety of works always available at Mason Murer is without compare in the region. The Mason Murer facility also functions as a world-class venue for special events, corporate parties and charity galas.
Whitespace is a contemporary gallery active in Atlanta and across the southeast that seeks to foster an immersive environment of free-expression, intimacy, and dialogue. Under the direction of owner Susan Bridges, the gallery has housed numerous exhibitions across all mediums promoting artistic innovation and inquiries into the relationships that define who we are, both collectively and as individuals. As a respected institution in Atlanta’s art community, whitespace and the artists it houses continue to inspire all who attend through thoughtful examinations of the world around us, allowing viewers a new mode of seeing beyond meaning.
1280 Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, Georgia - GA30309
The Woodruff Arts Center is the largest arts educator in the state of Georgia, with a network of programs that reaches over 300,000 students in over 70 counties each year. Together, the four Woodruff Arts Center partners - Alliance Theatre, Arts for Learning, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and High Museum of Art – create arts-infused educational experiences for students from 18 months old all the way to adult, both in schools and on the Woodruff Arts Center campus.