Fulton County Arts & Culture Celebrates 40th Anniversary
More than 100 Georgia Artists featured along with artwork by Jean-Michel Basquiat
By: Fulton County Arts & Culture
"We're thrilled to partner with ShowerHaus and Goat Farm to present The High Rise Show and to collaborate with Dr. Glenn Toby to bring the Basquiat artwork and The King's Exhibition to Atlanta in celebration of our 40th Anniversary,"
The High Rise Show is a multi-level art exhibition, on four floors at GIRAFFE, 34 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30303. Curated by ShowerHaus and co-produced with the Goat Farm, the exhibition features work by 100 artists including art from Fulton County's 2019 Fine Art Acquisition, Miya Bailey & Peters Street Station, MINT, TILA and Creatives Project. The exhibition will run from October 4 – 19. The Opening Reception is October 4 from 7-11 pm and includes a preview of the two works by Basquiat. Admission is free, but an RSVP is requested: https://www.facebook.com/
The King's Exhibition will feature two Basquiat limited edition signed serigraphs from the collection of Dr. Glenn Toby. He acquired them from Jean-Michel's father, the late Gerard Basquiat, through renowned art dealer Jeff Jaffe. Along with the serigraphs, the exhibition will include work by international artists in association with Dr. Toby's Book Bank Foundation. The King's Exhibition will be on view from October 7-24 at Southwest Arts Center, 915 New Hope Road SW, Atlanta, GA 30331.
"It's an honor to collaborate with Fulton County Arts & Culture for the launch of The Kings Exhibition,"
Sponsors for The High Rise Show and The King's Exhibition: ShowerHaus, The Goat Farm, GIRAFFE and The Book Bank Foundation.
Fulton County Arts & Culture is celebrating 40 years of creative leadership, improving and enhancing the lives of Fulton County residents and visitors through the arts. Info: http://fultonarts.org/