This Endearing Exhibition Will Explore The Language Of Love At The High Museum Of Art

'What Is Left Unspoken, Love is an anticipated exhibition on its way to the High! 🎨

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This Endearing Exhibition Will Explore The Language Of Love At The High Museum Of Art

Spectacular pieces of art will paint a picture of pure love at this upcoming exhibition

Coming soon to the High Museum of Art is What Is Left Unspoken, Love, which is an anticipated exhibition featuring contemporary artworks that address the different ways the most important thing in life—love—is expressed!

The exhibition may reveal to you some insightful answers to those mind-boggling questions like, is love intrinsic, or is it a habit? What is the difference between love and friendship?  What is the relationship of love to truth, freedom, and justice, or are they all the same? These are the types of questions the artists were presented with when creating the stunning pieces that’ll be on display.

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Organized during a time of social and political discord, when cynicism often seems to triumph over hope, this exhibition will examine love as a profound subject of critical commentary from time immemorial, yet with a persistently elusive definition.

Love will feature more than seventy works, including paintings, sculpture, photography, video and media art, by more than thirty-five international artists based in North America, Europe, and Asia such as Rina Banerjee, Patty Chang, Jeffrey Gibson, Tomashi Jackson, María de los Angeles Rodríguez Jiménez, and more!


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In other news from the High, the Obama Portraits Tour will be unveiled at the museum later this month. The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery announced a making a multi-city tour for the portraits last year, featuring the iconic portraits of former president Barack Obama, and former first lady, Michelle Obama. Click here for more information.

What Is Left Unspoken, Love is organized by the High Museum of Art, Atlanta and will be on display from March 25-August 14, 2022.

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