ACP 2011 Events and Exhibitions – Week of Sept. 12th

© John Mariana

Roswell Photographic Society's Best of North Fulton went on display on Monday, and will be up for an entire year at the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce. On Wednesday, Perry Julien's It Doesn't Need Sound will be on view at Aurora Coffee in Little 5 Points, with a reception planned for October 7th.
© Laura Noel

On Thursday, Laura Noel's Subject Matters will be opening at Spruill Gallery. Larry Winslett's exhibition of photographs of Stone Mountain will be on view at the park starting Thursday. And Friday is the opening of the upstart photo-festival in Pike County, the fantastically rural Slow Exposures which will be having exhibitions, juror's talks, an artist's lecture from Sylvia Plachy, and an exhibition at A Novel Experience from David Simonton.
© Xiuwen Cu

Friday night brings a reception at KIANG PROJECTS for Xiuwen Cui's latest exhibition, Existential Emptiness. Jerry Siegel will be opening his exhibition of photographs of Geraldine on Friday as well at Barbara Archer Gallery. And Tom Zarrilli's photographs of local yard sale sellers will be on view at Callanwolde.
© Michael M. Koehler

On the Westside, Michael M. Koehler will be opening at Get This! Gallery, and in Buckhead, there are three openings at Mason Murer; Liesa Cole and Tony Rodio, Women in Focus will launch an exhibition curated by Brett Abbott, and Abstraction Medium from Marcia Vaitsman, Margaret Hiden and Rachel Speed.

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