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Art-world superstar and onetime Atlantan Chris Verene returns to his adopted city with Home Movies 2019, a video-and-photography show at Marcia Wood Gallery. It revisits the people of Galesburg, Illinois, his economically depressed hometown, which he’s been documenting for 30-plus years. Through October 12 (closing reception at 7 p.m.). Landmark Theatre and Atlanta Celebrates Photography will screen video of Verene’s Home Movies on October 10.

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Tiny Doors ATL unveils its latest little piece of street art Friday outside the Woodruff Arts Center in honor of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s 75th-anniversary season. The tiny-door ribbon cutting is at 10 a.m., with a tiny toast. Lead artist and Tiny Doors ATL founder Karen Anderson Singer will be among those attending.

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Infallible Beauty, the first gallery exhibition of paintings and objects by South Carolina-born, Atlanta-based Raymond Goins, continues through October 19 at Poem 88. Goins, a self-taught artist, is known for developing his own formulas for paints and authentically recreating age-old applications for metal, plaster, wood, leather, fabric and paint.

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Last call for the High Museum of Art exhibition Of Origins and Belonging: Drawn From Atlanta. It features the work of Atlanta-based artists Jessica Caldas, Yehimi Cambrón, Xie Caomin, Wihro Kim, Dianna Settles and Cosmo Whyte. Closing September 29.

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