ACP Public Art – 2007

Updated: March. 12, 2020

Public Placemats (ATL) – Jason Fulford

Atlanta native Jason Fulford has selected images from 40 photographers to be included in Paper Placemats (ATL). These placemats will be used at participating restaurants during lunch in October. This concept engages audiences at random and imposes an unexpected experience with art. Simultaneously, the encounter is very intimate and allows the unforeseen patron to connect on a level that challenges the traditional methods of artistic interaction. Life’s incongruities often are featured as focal point. Sadness can be found in humor. Rationality is created in the absurd.

Artists: Ethan Andrews, Roy Arden, Roger Ballen, Zander Blom, William Boling, Able Brown, Melissa Catanese, Reuben Cox, Paul Davis, Tim Davis, Jason Evans, Ted Fair, Harrell Fletcher, Lee Friedlander, Stephen Gill, Andrew Z. Glickman, Maury Gortemiller, James Hall, Kyoko Hamada, Cristobal Hara, Nicole Jean Hill, Margarete Jakschik, Dave Jordano, Ron Jude, Hee Jin Kang, Martin Kippenberger, David La Spina, Michael David Murphy, Ed Panar, Gus Powell, Greta Pratt, Shawn Records, Will Rogan, Sasha Rudensky, Michael Schmelling, Shimabuku, David Shrigley, Mike Slack, Camilo Jose Vergara, and Douglas Weathersby.

Participating restaurants include Apres Diem, Canton St. Cafe, Crescent Moon, Dynamic Dish, Flying Biscuit Cafe (Midtown & Candler Park), The Globe, Havana Sandwich Shop, Perk Place Coffee Shop, Ria’s Bluebird, Thumbs Up Diner, Village Pizza, WASABi, Watershed, and West Egg Cafe.

Presented with J&L Books.

ACP Public Art Archive

THE FENCE

THE FENCE
2014-2020

EVERYDAY ATLANTA

MARTA and Atlanta Area Schools 2017

NOEL / JONES

MARTA: ART ON TRACK
2015

GREGOR TURK

Apparitions
2013

LARSON / SHINDELMAN

Geolocation: Atlanta
2012

MONICA COOK

Volley
2011

 

KAREN BRUMMOND

Before 1190 Huff Road
2010

 
 

BETH LILLY

Gifted
2009

 

MCCALLUM/TARRY

Within Our Gates
2008

JASON FULFORD

Public Placemats (ATL)
2007

2006: Matt Haffner
2005: Amy Landesberg
2004: Peter Bahouth