Exhibitions

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Exhibition Provides Extensive Look into Tsar Nicholas II’s Life

December 20, 2018

When asked to describe the Georgia Museum of Art’s newest exhibition, “The Reluctant Autocrat: Tsar Nicholas II,” head preparator Todd Rivers said that it stands out to him in two distinct ways.


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One-man Show Tackles the Sky

November 15, 2018

Kincaid uses digital media both to create manufactured “photographs” and to deconstruct and radically reorder segments of photograph into pure color and form.


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MFA Candidate Spotlight: Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay

March 22, 2018

UGA master of fine arts degree candidate Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay calls Calcutta (now Kolkata), India, home. Mukhopadhyay received his undergraduate degree in photography at Louisiana Tech. He continues to create art in the visual realm but has expanded beyond a single medium.


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Thinking Outside and Inside the Box: Clinton Hill Exhibition at the Georgia Museum of Art

January 11, 2018

On a typical Tuesday at the Georgia Museum of Art, Todd Rivers, Elizabeth Howe and their new intern Sara Katherine package up pieces from one exhibition to prepare for the next. The tacky snap of tape on cardboard creates a rhythm of productivity. As the sound echoes off the walls of the gallery, the building itself almost hums along to the tune. This activity is normal for the museum, as exhibitions rotate through these galleries about every three months.


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A Look into the Life of Louise Blair Daura

October 19, 2017

Imagine leaving your home, family and country right after graduating college and moving to a bustling city halfway across the world. It’s daunting to think about, yet for Louise Blair Daura, the idea of a fresh start was thrilling, so she moved to Paris with her cousin and soon decided to pursue a dream of becoming an artist.