Don’t miss out on these spectacular exhibitions and art spaces in Atlanta!
Atlanta’s an art lover’s paradise. From unbeatable street art on the BeltLine and beyond, to touring exhibitions that you won’t want to miss. Check out our recommendations for upcoming exhibitions and must-see art in Atlanta.
There’s a brand new exhibition coming to Atlanta, curated by the brilliant minds who brought Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience to Pullman Yards last year. This time, the mind-blowing experience will be dedicated to Claude Monet, the iconic French painter and founder of impressionist painting. Walk into Monet’s breathtaking paintings and experience his art like never before. Click the link below for more information.
Impressive impressionist: Step into Claude Monet’s historic paintings at this immersive exhibition on its way to the ATL
There’s an immersive art renaissance happening in the ATL. Imagine Picasso is an exciting exhibition that will fully immerse you in the world of the iconic Spanish paiter Pablo Picasso. Visitors can expect an unforgettable journey through the revolutionary career of the master of modern art. Click here for more information and tickets.
The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery announced a making a multi-city tour for the portraits earlier this year. Atlanta will be seeing the portraits very soon, with the exhibition kicking off the new year at the High Museum of Art! Kehinde Wiley painted the oil-on-canvas portrait of President Obama, while Amy Sherald painted the oil-on-linen portrait of the former First Lady. Click here for more information on the exhibition.
4. Art on the BeltLine
Speaking of street art, you don’t have to go to an art gallery in Atlanta for a cultured, artsy time. Check out our recent round-up of our favorite murals and art installations along the BeltLine. There’s also live performance, performance art, music, and so much more waiting for you on the BeltLine.
If you missed last year’s knock-out attraction, exhibition, and immersive experience, all wrapped in one. Don’t worry, it may have closed at Pullman Yards but will be relocating and receiving an epic overhaul, making the ground-breaking experience brighter and better than ever before. For more information and tickets, click the link below.