Today's Hours: 12PM – 5PM
Through February 26, 2017
Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, and Garry Winogrand—innovative photographers of the American social scene in the 1960s and ‘70s—built a legacy that changed the course of modern photography. These iconic prints represent a selection of the more than 6,000 photographs in the High’s permanent collection.
Through March 5, 2017
Come play on designer Jaime Hayon’s colorful sculptures, the third large-scale interactive installation in a series commissioned for the Sifly Piazza.
Through March 12, 2017
To commemorate what would have been Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s eighty-eighth birthday, a selection of images that document his remarkable life is on view.
Through April 23, 2017
This exhibition examines Donald Locke’s multicultural exploration through a selection of paintings and sculptures.
Through 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.
Through 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.
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.
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.
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.