You are invited to join us for a provocative evening of Art, Thought + Conversation, featuring Joseph Guay's Exhibit: Remnants of the Human Condition, on Wednesday, November 16, 2016, at the Westside Cultural Arts Center, at 760 10th Street in Atlanta.
We will host an unforgettable evening with highly celebrated artist, Joseph Guay, whose clients and work include collections and curated pieces for Sir Elton John, The Ellen Degeneres Show, The Mercedes-Benz Stadium, The Tate Museum (London), Art Basel and The Music Hall of Fame, to name a few. During a thought-provoking town-hall conversation, we will discuss his most recent exhibition: Remnants of the Human Condition–a commanding collection that pays homage to some of the nation's most recent tragic social injustices.
In his revolutionary art exhibit created entirely from bullets, gunpowder, shattered high-rise glass and byproducts of weapons, terrorism and mass destruction; Guay brilliantly memorializes and depicts the details surrounding the deaths of Trayvon Martin, Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, the Boston Marathon bombing victims and the Dallas police officer shootings, to name a few.
The special presentation intersects Art, Thought & Conversation in a town-hall style event that delivers more than just words...but rather sparks a necessary conversation wrapped around the impact and power of art to ignite change. The Remnants of the Human Condition conversation is a thoughtful, intergenerational discussion focused on deepening the dialogue between Artists, Curators, Thought Leaders, Media, Business & Community Leaders, Millennials and Law Enforcement Practitioners.
Photos from the Gallery Opening. http://bit.ly/2drapR3
We hope to see you there!