Museum of Atlanta’s Fall 2022 Exhibits Amplify Voices of Marginalized Groups


“Fellini and Fantasy.” Original filming scripts and color drawings provide a window into the creative process of one of world cinema’s greatest talents, Federico Fellini, who brought glamor, heartache and absurdity to the screen unrivaled in an indelible lineup of movie classics. Alongside the Michael C. Carlos exhibition, Emory Cinemateque will screen films by the revered Italian director, including “La Strada”, “La Dolce Vita”, “Les Nuits de Cabiria”, “Amarcord” and “8½”, among which the others. Oct. 1-Jan. 8, Michael C. Carlos Museum, 571 S. Kilgo Circle, Atlanta. 404-727-4282,

“Deana Lawson.” A photographer known for her intensely intimate and staged portraits of black people in their homes, Deana Lawson’s work is, in the artist’s words, “to establish a different standard of values ​​and say that everyday black life, everyday experiences, are beautiful and powerful and intelligent.” Lawson finds many of her subjects on the subway or on the streets of New York. secret, private moment as powerful as a family photo. The exhibition at the High covers Lawson’s work over the past two decades and is co-curated by two notable national institutions known for contemporary art, ICA/Boston and MoMA PS1. Oct. 7-Feb. 19, High Museum of Art, Woodruff Arts Center, 1280 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. 404-733-4400,


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