As an art institution located in the South, we resolve to shine a light on the current crop of exceptional artist-run space operating in our region. We invite these spaces for a two-month take over to exhibit, play, and experiment. These spaces provoke reflection, expansion, and ultimately modify the ethos of our former days.


Since 1973, Atlanta Contemporary has provided an alternative to the art and cultural hierarchy in the contemporary art scene. The establishment, founded by artists, was built upon the principles of engaging experimentation and risk-taking through exhibitions, programming, and support of working artists. 


THE PARTICIPATING ARTIST-RUN SPACES ARE:

Mild Climate (Nashville) August 27th – October 2016
Good Children (New Orleans) November - December of 2016
TOPS (Memphis) January - February of 2017
Institute 193 (Lexington) March - April of 2017
The Fuel And Lumber Company (Birmingham) May-June 2017


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