ArtsATL

Your Guide To The Arts In Atlanta

Every Tuesday, we give you our top picks for the week, from installations and sculptures to paintings, drawings, street art, photography, videos and more.

New

CHOICE. The Atlanta Photography Group presents an exhibition featuring the work of 42 artists, ranging from portraits to botanicals, landscapes to constructed realities. Through April 27 at the Buckhead gallery.

The Devout Griot, Emotional Keeper. Atlanta artist Shanequa Gay presents paintings, video, typography and 10-foot-tall sculptural figures that live in both the physical and spiritual worlds. Through April 30 at Anne O Art in Buckhead.

European Masterworks: The Phillips Collection. The High presents a selection of paintings and sculptures from America’s first museum of modern art, The Phillips Collection, which opened in 1921 in Washington, D.C. The show includes work by Van Gogh, Degas, Picasso and Monet. April 6–July 14. Phillips curator Susan Behrends Frank gives the opening lecture at 2 p.m. April 6. $14.50 nonmembers.

Street art. Atlanta artist Meagan Jain’s Garden of Growth covers a brick wall with vines and flowers at the Georgia Beer Garden, 420 Edgewood Ave. SE. The self-described “gerontolartist” (gerontologist + artist = gerontolartist) soon relocates to New York.

Ongoing

. . . and counting. Multidisciplinary artist Ann Lewis opens Emerging Collective‘s new downtown Decatur space with this ongoing, interactive, chrono-reactive installation. It features 1,093 toe tags, each detailing a police-related death in the United States in 2016. Through April 12.

Event

Goat Farm Open Studios and Spring Sale. More than 30 artists, crafts and trades people open their offices, studios, workshops and laboratories to the public at the West Midtown hub. 4–9 p.m. April 5 and noon–6 p.m. April 6. Free. Parking extremely limited.