Solomon Projects - Atlanta - USA

Solomon Projects is Atlanta's platform for diverse media in the contemporary arts. Following the 2004 inception it has evolved into an elemental part of the immediate community. Reaching even outside of the city, the gallery has harbored a reputation within the creative sector as an institution that attracts inspired, conceptually formidable work. Solomon Projects aims to excite contemplation and dialogue, and to engage an audience broad in scope.
Solomon Projects establishes primary relationships with its artists and promotes their work nationally. Artist Radcliffe Bailey's major mid-career exhibition Memory as Medicine will debut at the High Museum of Art from June 28 - September 11, 2011. Nancy Floyd will participate in a major exhibition entitled Heroines at the Museo Thyseen-Bornemisza in Madrid presenting from March 8 - June 5, 2011. Ridley Howard's first monograph of his paintings and drawings was published this spring by Leo Koeing Inc., forwarded with an essay by David Coggins. Artist and critic David Humphrey is a 2008 recipient of the Rome Prize, currently a Senior Critic at the Yale School of Art and will be a Resident Fellow at the Lamar Dodd School of Art at The University of Georgia during the Spring of 2011. Leslie Wayne's exhibition One Big Love will be presented by the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art in Charleston, South Carolina from May 27 - July 31 2011. Douglas Weathersby is actualizing a project supported by Flux Projects of Atlanta, Georgia this fall.
Gallery artists are: Steve Aishman, Radcliffe Bailey, Karen Rich Beall, Janet Biggs, Claire Corey, Holly Coulis, Nancy Floyd, Susan Hadorn, Sarah Hobbs, Ridley Howard, David Humphrey, Jerald Ieans, Scott Ingram, Carter Kustera, Drew Lowenstein, Odili Donald Odita, Joseph Peragine, Kathryn Refi, John Daniel Walsh, Joe Walters, Leslie Wayne, Douglas Weathersby and Mike Wsol.
Reinvented in 2001 by architects David Yocum and Brian Bell of the Atlanta firm Bldgs, the gallery space serves to aid the artists' personal visions—- an enhancer, a context. With a white coffered tall ceiling and a skylight, the main exhibition space empowers and supports experimentation, allowing for larger scale works and video installations. Exhibitions run for five to six weeks and the gallery maintains a complete inventory of work available for acquisition. Solomon Projects's comprehensive web site, www.solomonprojects.com, provides access to a growing national and international audience facilitating a discourse between the gallery and the public.

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