All’s Quiet On The Fifth Of July

by Daniel Fuller

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Katherine Bernhardt. “Cantaloupe, iPhones, Nikes and Capri Suns,” (2015). Acrylic and spray paint on canvas. 96 x 120 inches. Courtesy of Canada Gallery, New York.

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Chris Wiley. “Dingbat 18,” (2014). Archival inkjet print mounted on aluminum in artist frame with Ettore Sottsass laminate. 43 x 29 1/2 inches. Courtesy Nicelle Beauchene, New York.

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Charles Harlan. “Tire,” (2015). Rubber and wood. 56 x 56 x 16 inches. Courtesy JTT, New York.

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Alex Da Corte. Still from “Chelsea Hotel No. 2,” (2010). HD video, color, sound. 3:07 minutes.

All’s Quiet On The Fifth Of July

Atlanta Contemporary Art Center curator Daniel Fuller shares an intimate portrait of American diaspora

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The 5th of the July opens February 4th at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center; the group exhibition includes painting, photo, video, ceramics, and large-scale sculpture by artists Charles Harlan, Katherine Bernhardt, Lucas Blalock, Robin Cameron, Alex Da Corte, Tom Holmes, and Chris Wiley.

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