The Gallery @ Westside Cultural Arts Center – Hours: Tuesday – Friday 11:00am – 4:00pm.
The Gallery at Westside Cultural Arts Center is an Atlanta art gallery featuring a rotating collection of local, national and international artists, cultural and community programming, and an artist in residence program.
“Art should push the limits, raise questions and, most importantly, get people talking,” said Dr. Chappuis. “I’m attracted to artists who tell a story with their work and thus we provide space so they can create narratives beyond the traditional gallery model.”
WCAC works to attract artists who think and create outside of the box. From the Cracking Art oversized pink dogs in sneakers that flank the entrance to the mural plastered along a city-block-long stretch of the building by noted muralist, HENSE, WCAC showcases artists in their Atlanta art gallery from emerging to established in an array of mediums.
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Joseph Guay Opening: Saturday, October 7 – Closing: Monday, November 27, 2017
Joseph Guay explores the two sides and battles of our sociological and political climate with his new body of work titled “DUEL // DUAL”… Elements of the exhibition include photographs and sculptures diving into the production and disarmament of weapons; paintings made from motor oil, shattered high-rise glass and gunpowder dealing with terrorism and the alternative reasons for war; sculptures created from live round ammunition and handguns revealing the hidden truths of consumer protection and fear.
Join us Saturday, October 7th from 7 to 10pm as Atlanta’s Westside Cultural Arts Center (WCAC), returns with their popular and thought-provoking Art Opening Series, for the opening of Joseph Guay – “Duel // Dual”
- DL Warfield Opening: Saturday, December 2 – Closing: Monday, January 2, 2018
Carter Jones – Opening: Friday, August 18 – Closing: Monday, September 4, 2017
Visually impaired artist, Carter Jones, in his solo show “NIGHT VISION.”
What you should know and why we find his work so inspiring, Carter Jones is blind: In January 2013 Jones lost 100% of his vision due to Macular Degeneration and was declared legally blind. After consulting with many physicians, in March 2013 he chose to undergo experimental procedures which allowed him to regain 10% -15% vision in one eye.
Jali Taccone – Opening: Friday, September 8 – Closing: Monday, September 25, 2017
Jali Taccone, born in Milan, Italy in 1977, is a single mother of two girls, polyglot, former UN employee and most notably, self taught oil painter from early childhood.
She presents us her first public collection here in Atlanta where she’s been residing over the last six years. Previously homed in New York, Guatemala City, Bangui, Paris, and Scottsdale.
From the Baseline: 40 Years Beneath the Rim with Scott Cunningham – On exhibition: Thursday, August 3 – Monday, August 14, 2017 Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday 11:00am – 4:00pm.
Scott Cunningham has had the best seat in the house for some of the biggest moments in sports, capturing the thrill of victory and agony of defeat for posterity. After 40 seasons photographing the Atlanta Hawks and many of the world’s best athletes on the field of play and off. From the Baseline: 40 Years Beneath the Rim, curated by by Michael David Murphy of Atlanta Celebrates Photography, puts a spotlight on Scott’s photographic journey in a completely new way.
Fidia Falaschetti – Opening: Friday, July 14th – Closing: Thursday, July 19, 2017
Westside Cultural Arts Center (WCAC) blurs the lines of political correctness by bringing art and irony to Wes Midtown on Friday, July 14 from 7 to 10 p.m., with the opening of its latest exhibit by internationally acclaimed artist, Fidia Falaschetti, who will be making his Atlanta debut. “Wor(d) in progress,” boldly confronts society with pieces entitled “Freaky Mouse,” “Meanie Mouse” and “Poker Cheap” along with many others, putting a spin on iconic classics through sarcasm and contemporary art. The installation will also feature a collaborative piece with Atlanta art icon, DL Warfield.
George Settos – To The Edge and Back