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In the small but mighty exhibition Real Negus Don’t Die at EYP/Gallery 100, Atlanta artist Fahamu Pecou continues a project he began in 2013, one that’s growing into a major body of work. Through mid-October.


Hand to Hand: Southern Craft of the 19th Century, closing Sunday at the High Museum of Art, focuses on quilts, ceramics, basketry and furniture from the museum’s holdings.

Snakes slither in this quilted bedcover (circa 1875–1900) from an unknown African American creator. (Courtesy of the High Museum)

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