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Cross Country:
The Power of Place in American Art, 1915–1950

WyethFebruary 12–
May 7, 2017

This exhibition reveals how American artists canvassed the country, seeking inspiration from wide-open spaces and small-town culture across the United States.

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Daniel Arsham: Hourglass

Daniel Arsham: Hourglass March 4–May 21, 2017
This exhibition continues artist Daniel Arsham’s ongoing project Fictional Archaeologies, in which he creates replicas of everyday objects—such as basketballs and cameras—in precious and semi-precious stones.

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The Spirit of the Place: Photographs by Jack Leigh

The Spirit of the Place: Photographs by Jack Leigh March 4–June 11, 2017
The Spirit of the Place: Photographs by Jack Leigh showcases the lyrical work of celebrated Savannah photographer Jack Leigh (American, 1948–2004).

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Andy Warhol: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation

Andy Warhol: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation June 3–September 3, 2017
The High Museum of Art is the exclusive East Coast venue for a sweeping retrospective featuring more than 250 prints and ephemera by artist Andy Warhol (American, 1928­­–1987).

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Hale Woodruff’s Murals at Talladega College

Hale Woodruff’s Murals at Talladega College January 21–May 7, 2017
Atlanta-based artist Hale Woodruff (American, 1900–1980) painted a series of murals that remain symbols of the centuries-long struggle for civil rights.

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Painter and Poet:
The Wonderful World of Ashley Bryan

Ashley BryanApril 1, 2017–
January 21, 2018

Continuing the High Museum’s series of picture-book art exhibitions, this show examines the decades-long career of author and illustrator Ashley Bryan.

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Universal and Sublime: The Vessels of Magdalene Odundo

Universal and Sublime: The Vessels of Magdalene Odundo June 24–October 15, 2017
This exhibition traces the trajectory of Odundo’s work over the course of three decades, from its genesis in the early 1980s through her most recent innovations, including new works created especially for the exhibition.

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Merry Go Zoo

Merry Go Zoo June 24–November 26, 2017
Merry Go Zoo will transform the Carroll Slater Sifly Piazza into a playground and refuge that offers a welcoming atmosphere for socializing and recreation.

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Paul Graham: The Whiteness of the Whale

Paul Graham: The Whiteness of the Whale June 24–October 22, 2017
This exhibition brings together three of internationally renowned British photographer Paul Graham’s most celebrated bodies of work, made across the United States between 1998 and 2011.

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Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors November 18, 2018–February 17, 2019
The High is proud to present the most significant North American exhibition in twenty years of work by Yayoi Kusama (Japanese, born 1929), one of the twentieth century’s most influential artists.

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Howard Finster: Paradise Garden

 Howard Finster: Paradise GardenOngoing
Howard Finster bought a parcel of swampy Georgia land and transformed it into a sprawling outdoor museum celebrating the inventions of mankind and dedicated to the glory of God. Celebrate Finster’s 100th birthday with a visit to the largest collection of his eclectic paintings and sculptures outside of Paradise Garden.

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African Art:
Building the Collection

African Art: Building the CollectionOngoing
This installation celebrates a greater than 60-percent increase in our dedicated space for African art, including enormous performance masks, textiles, sculptures, and a 400-year-old Qur’an.

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Molly Hatch: Physic Garden

Molly Hatch: Physic GardenOngoing
This two-story-high “plate painting,” composed of 456 hand-painted dinner plates based on a pair of 1756 Chelsea Factory designs in the Museum’s Frances and Emory Cocke Collection of English Ceramics, covers one wall of the Museum’s Margaretta Taylor Lobby.

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