Opening March 2 Gary Bodner. Opening April 13 Barbara Flowers. Opening May 11 Christy Kinard and Kim Schuessler show.
All openings: 6-8:30 PM.
690 Miami Circle, #150, Atl. Mon.-Sat. 404/467-1200. anneirwinfineart.com
ART ON THE CIRCLE
March 17, April 21, May 19 Miami Circle Art Stroll, 11 AM-4 PM, third Saturday of the month. Explore art from five centuries, ranging from paintings, drawings, and prints to sculpture and photography, by artists from around the world, at nearly a dozen participating venues. miamicircleshops.com
ART STATION ARTS CENTER
Through April 15 Member artists exhibit, Main Gallery. Works of Helene Johnson, George Nock and James Wright, Trolley Stop Gallery. 5384 Manor Dr., Stone Mountain. Tues.-Sat. 770/469-1105. artstation.org
Ongoing Unique temporary public art installations along the Atlanta BeltLine corridor. beltline.org
ATLANTA CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER
Through March 11 “Pasaquan.” Through April 1 “Kamrooz Aram: Ancient Blue Ornament.” “Joe Minter: Once That River Starts to Flow.” Through July 29 “Katya Tepper: How Does the External Shape Shape the Internal Shape.”
535 Means Street NW, Atl. Tues.-Sun. 404/688-1970. atlantacontemporary.org
ATLANTA GALLERY COLLECTIVE
Through March 31 Collaborative pop-up showcase of works from 10 local galleries, on the second floor of Ponce City Market. 675 Ponce de Leon Ave. NE, Atl. 404/900-7900. poncecitymarket.com
ATLANTA HISTORY CENTER
Through March 18 “More Than Self: Living the Vietnam War,” narratives from 650-plus oral histories, with photographs, documents and artifacts. Through Dec. 31, 2018 “¡NUEVOlution! Latinos and the New South.” May 5-June 3, 2019 “Barbecue Nation,” a savory exhibit of artifacts, images and oral histories, from ’50s and ’60s-era advertising to matchbooks and menus, vintage grills to obscure gadgets.
130 West Paces Ferry Road, Atl. Open daily. 404/814-4000. atlantahistorycenter.com
Pictured at top: Cat’s Head, from Egypt. Roman Period, 30 B.C.E.-third century C.E. Bronze, gold. 2 3/8 x 1 3/4 x 1 13/16 in. Stela with the Gods Bes and Tutu, from Egypt. Ptolemaic Period, 332-30 B.C.E., limestone. 10 7/16 x 18 3/4 x 3 9/16 in., 47.4 lb. Brooklyn Museum, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Detail: Tomb Relief, Egyptian, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 5-Dynasty 6, ca. 2435-2152 BC, limestone. Gift of Wayne and Ellen Bailey. Photo by Bruce M. White, 2006.
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