Current / Upcoming Exhibitions
Atlanta Photography Group presents APG > ATL: Airport 2019, a group show juried by Amy Miller, the Executive Director of Atlanta Celebrates Photography. This exhibition features multiple works by APG artists, one of the city’s premiere photography organizations. From a national call for entries, Miller selected 30 photographs for this exhibition on view at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, Atlanta, the world’s busiest airport - Sept 12 > Nov 6. An annual highlight of the Festival, the exhibition welcomes 260,000 travelers a day to the city. If your plans bring you to the airport, be sure to stop by the main atrium for an oasis of calm among the travelling chaos this Fall during ACP.
Atlanta Photography Group presents ALAN AVERY SELECTS, its annual feature exhibition, with dynamic photographic works selected by this year’s prominent guest curator, Alan Avery, owner & curator of Alan Avery Art Company in Atlanta, Georgia.
Selects is known for featuring a distinguished level of nationally recognized and emerging artists who represent a wide range of photographic mediums and styles.
The exhibition is free and open to the public.
Exhibition: October 12 - November 30
Opening Reception: October 18, 7:30-9:30pm
Juror Talk: October 19, 1:30-2:30pm
In their photo essay “Sweet Ride - Low Country Travelers of Charleston County”, Nancy Marshall and John McWilliams explore the history, mission, and significance of the Low Country Travelers, an African American car club in the South Carolina town of McClellanville. This exhibition is in the Ted & Gloria Maloof Gallery at APG.
“On The Verge”, a group exhibition in the Atlanta Photography Group’s Main Gallery was juried by Mary Stanley from a selection of entries from photographic artists, worldwide, who are 35 or under.
Exhibition: Aug 23 – Oct 5
Juror Talk & Reception: Aug 29, 6:30-8:30pm
Closing Reception: Oct 5, 3-5pm
The Atlanta Photography Group presents “Ascending”, a solo exhibition by Shoccara Marcus, in the Ted & Gloria Maloof Gallery.
Reception & Meet the artist/artist talk: Sept 19, 6:30-8:30pm
Ascending is a series of images that exhibits the elevation of energy and passion in dance. Traveling through different states such as New York, North Carolina, and country’s such as Trinidad and Tobago and more, Ascending exemplifies how the background of an environment becomes a dancer's uninterrupted stage. This series features some of most amazing dancers living from one moment to the next.
Juried by Scott Speakes, Publisher & Founding Partner, okra. magazine, and Genie Gaither Jones, Editor-in-Chief & Co-Founder, okra. magazine, Summertime is comprised of photographs depicting views of Summer, real and imagined, conceptual and concrete, and all points, in between. Opening Reception: Saturday, July 13, 3 - 5pm
Atlanta Photography Group (APG) presents The Navel of the Moon, a solo exhibition of photographs of Mexico by Enrique Samson, in the Ted & Gloria Maloof Gallery. This exhibition runs concurrently with Reverie, with an opening reception on Saturday, June 1, 3-5pm.
Atlanta Photography Group (APG) is proud to present Reverie. Juried by Tim B. Wride, the William and Sarah Ross Soter Curator of Photography at the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida, this exhibition presents photographic-based images or projects that play on the concept of Reverie, defined as a state of being lost in one's thoughts; a daydream or a chain of thoughts.
Atlanta Photography Group (APG) is proud to present High School Photo 2019. For this exhibition, we reached out to regional schools with active photography programs or classes to choose 10 of their best students and to submit their work. High School Photo 2019 will feature work from 7 regional counties.
Atlanta Photography Group presents Choice 2019. For this group exhibition in the main gallery, we are putting the power in the artists' hands, inviting members to choose what photographs they want to show. Don't miss this unique opportunity to see Atlanta’s up-and-coming talent.
Atlanta Photography Group (APG) is proud to present Southern Currents, a group exhibition at Johns Creek Art Center, juried by current and former APG Executive Directors Judith Pishnery and Beth Lilly. Each artist featured in the exhibition presents their view of the South, which includes spaces, faces and places, from traditional to imagined.
APG is pleased to present Portfolio 2019, an exhibition juried by Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director and Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography. Five exceptional artists were chosen to represent the best of contemporary photography from a national call for entries.
Join us for the 32nd Annual PUSH-PiN party, where photographers are invited to pin up their best prints at one of our biggest events of the year. Come enjoy a slice of pizza and a beer (provided by Monday Night Brewing).
APG is proud to present Student Prize 2018, a juried group exhibition supporting the work of student photographic artists in Georgia: Haley Bowlt (University of North Georgia), Tony Smart (Georgia State University), and Andrew Turner (Columbus State University).
Our annual Small Works show + Holiday Artist Market showcasing photography-based items, which could be any artist-crafted, photo-based item, including notecards, unframed prints, jewelry, mixed media, books, etc, just in time for the holidays. All items are for sale at gift giving prices and available to take home at the time of purchase. Join us for the gallery exhibition and market and a bit of holiday cheer.
APG presents its annual selects exhibition, featuring work curated by Rachel Reese, the Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Telfair Museums in Savannah, Georgia. Concurrently, in the Ted & Gloria Maloof Gallery, APG presents Sweet Dreams and Nightmares, a solo exhibition of new work by artist Rose Barron.
As part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP), APG presents an exhibition in the central atrium of the world’s busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Juror Amy Miller, Executive Director of ACP, selected 15 artists from hundreds of submissions for this annual exhibition.
As a part of our participation in Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP), members of APG were invited to submit entries for this juried exhibition at the award-winning Mack Scogin Merrill Elam-designed Buckhead Library. Juror Michael James O'Brien will select 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners for cash prizes.
APG is pleased to announce The Past Is Present, an exhibition curated by Executive Director Beth Lilly concerning the documentation of the past to aid memory in the future. The Past is Present examines personal histories and those of family and other historical pasts.
APG is pleased to present In Living Color, an exhibition featuring the work of six youth from our Juxtapositions photography class at the Boys & Girls Club's Joseph B. Whitehead facility.
APG is pleased to present Know South / No South, an exhibition that explores and challenges the idea of Southern identity in the 21st century. Concurrently in the Ted and Gloria Maloof Gallery, APG presents Jan Kapoor: Island Light.
An exhibition of photographic portraits focused on the universally shared experiences of childhood and love. Curated by Nick Ashton, the show features the work of these artists: Mark Caceres, Maggie Callahan, Shannon Davis, Erin Fender, Jennifer Garza-Cuen, Henry Jacobs, JOEKINGATL, Kasey Medlin, Beate Sass, Todd Suttles, and Yolanda Santiago White.
APG is proud to present Choice 2018. For this group exhibition in the main gallery, we are putting the power in the artists' hands, inviting members to choose what photographs they want to show. Concurrently, in the Maloof Gallery, Peter Bahouth debuts Recognition, a site-specific installation featuring a new body of work.
APG is pleased to present Portfolio 2018, an exhibition juried by Sam Barzilay. Six exceptional artists were chosen to represent the best of contemporary photography from a national call for entries.
For this year’s PUSH-PiN we're partnering with our friends at Atlanta School of Photography (ASoP) to offer incredible prizes and party features. Registration begins at 6:30pm and doors will open at 7pm. PUSH-PiN is free for APG members and $10 for non-members.
For this non-juried small works show, members are invited to bring framed prints to the Gallery to sell during the holiday season. The month of December is the busiest time of the year at the gallery for shoppers, so this is a great opportunity to show your work and generate sales. This exhibition runs concurrently with Shannon Davis: I’ve Got Something To Show You in the Ted & Gloria Maloof Gallery.
In the Main Gallery, Gregory Harris Selects, a group show of contemporary photographic works curated by Gregory Harris, Assistant Curator of Photography at the High Museum of Art, from a national call for submissions. Concurrently, in the Ted & Gloria Maloof Gallery, is Teri Darnell: Intense.
As part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP), APG presents an exhibition in the central atrium of the world’s busiest airport, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Juror Amy Miller, Executive Director of ACP, selected 15 artists from hundreds of submissions for this annual exhibition.
As part of APG's participation in 2017 Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP), all members were invited to submit entries to our Design Salon’s juried exhibition at the Buckhead Library. Selected by juror John D. Lawrence, Photo Buckhead features the work of over 40 photographers.
APG presents 2017 Student Prize, a major new initiative to support the work of young photographic artists in Georgia. The two winners in our main gallery: Peyton Fulford (Columbus State University) and Ben Lee (Georgia State University). Concurrently, in the Ted & Gloria Maloof Gallery, APG presents Mark Caceres' 72 Hours.
Showing in the main gallery: Director’s Cut, a group exhibition featuring 20 artists who breathe fresh perspectives and a new vitality into traditional photographic genres such as landscape, portraiture, and still life.
A sense of place can reference both your physical location, as in, we’re not in Kansas anymore, as well as your location in a perceived trajectory, as in, where are we on the Smith project? For this exhibition, we asked photographic artists to stop and give us a progress report on where we are as a society.