Guardian (UK) picks Atlanta’s Top 10 galleries, art attractions, emphasizing the young, emerging
The U.K. newspaper and website the Guardian published a travel story today detailing Atlanta’s top 10 galleries, art attractions and events.
Written by Atlantan Caroline Cox, an editor with city magazine publisher Modern Luxury and the website CommonCreativ, the story’s hip, upbeat tone is captured in its second headline: “From cutting-edge street art to community-inspired and public-transport projects, the arts scene in Atlanta is thriving.”
Cox’s Top 10 skews toward the young, the emerging and intown. Her picks:
- Borderline Gallery, 858 DeKalb Ave., facebook.com/borderlinegallery.
- Living Walls, livingwallsatl.com. Map of murals: livingwallsatl.com/walls.
- Mint (gallery) / Young Blood Boutique, 636 North Highland Ave. N.E., mintatl.org.
- WonderRoot, 982 Memorial Drive S.E., wonderroot.org.
- Beep Beep Gallery, 696 Charles Allen Drive, facebook.com/beepbeepgallery.
- Elevate (Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs public art program), elevateatlantaart.com.
- Mammal Gallery, 91 Broad St. S.W., mammalgallery.com.
- Atlanta Zine Fest
- Art on the Beltline, art.beltline.org.
- Eyedrum, 115 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive S.W., eyedrum.org
To read the full Guardian story: bit.ly/1cVLkM2.
What do you think of the Top 10 selections, and which ones would you add?