Atlanta, GA – A gallery-wide collection of new works will debut at Wm Turner gallery on Thursday, October 23, with an artists’ reception from 6-9 p.m. The show runs through January 30, 2009.
With his second show in his new gallery space, David Turner, owner of Wm Turner gallery, continues to raise expectations of fine art in Atlanta—especially of the European variety. With “Beaux Arts: French Contemporary,” collectors and art aficionados can expect exciting works from Matthew Rose, an American-born Parisian whose intriguing collages and drawings explore surrealism at new depths; French-American Caterina Verde’s abstract drawings in simple forms and strong, graphic sensibilities; Joseph Nechvatal, who creates a post-human aesthetic with computer-assisted robotic paintings; Bernard Matussière, who is recognized for his eye-catching black-and-white photography in both the fashion world and personal interests; Keith Donovan, a long-time collage artist and painter with a taste for the oblique; and Eric Michel, a musically gifted artist with a penchant for incorporating neon signs and bright hues into his collages, paintings and light boxes.
Wm Turner gallery is located at 112 Krog Street, Suite 9, Atlanta, 30307. The gallery is conveniently located in The Stove Works building, next to Rathbun’s restaurant. More information is available at www.wmturnergallery.com or by calling 404-577-4500.
Visuals and interviews are available by contacting Kate Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org.