Inaugural Exhibition: All Tomorrow's Parties

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HATHAWAY DAVID CONTEMPORARY presents our inaugural exhibition: All Tomorrow's Parties on April 30th 2016.

ON VIEW: April 30 – August 14, 2016

Saturday, April 30, 6 – 9 PM (complimentary valet parking)

ARTIST TALK with Arnold Mesches:
Sunday, May 1, 2pm

Atlanta, Georgia – Hathaway David Contemporary is pleased to announce its inaugural exhibition, All Tomorrow’s Parties, featuring over 30 artists from the art-centric cities of Atlanta and Brooklyn.

For our opening exhibition, HDC has chosen to bring together a wide breadth of artists whose creative excellence and commitment to studio practice is without question. Having the unique opportunity to be an artist, educator, curator and gallerist in both cities for the better part of the last decade, I feel fortunate that at this current moment, HDC is able to bring these vibrant art scenes together.

This diverse group of both emerging and established artists ranges in age from 24 to 92 years old. Many have already exhibited in both cities, and for those who have not or do not currently, we hope this exhibition will serve as a first step in building a bridge between the artistic communities of Atlanta and Brooklyn. This platform will serve as an incubator and support for art making, which embraces our cities’ commonalities and creates dialogue around our differences. The exhibition brings together the socially conscious works of Arnold Mesches, Sheila Pree Bright and Pam Longobardi, the large scale abstractions of Whitney Wood Bailey, Chris Martin, and Brenda Goodman, the figurative expressionist paintings of Jim Herbert and Todd Bienvenu, the delicate patterning of Glenn Goldberg and Brenda Rehrig and the intimate works on paper of William Downs and Jessica Scott Felder, among many talented others.

All Tomorrow’s Parties is a celebration of the shared artistic connections existing, and those to come, between some of the most compelling artistic viewpoints in Atlanta, Brooklyn, and beyond.

Michael David, 2016
Artistic Director and Curator, Hathaway David Contemporary
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By: Hathaway David Contemporary