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Hallelujah Doors, And Chandeliers

Monday, February 01, 2016

Some images from our last visit to the self-taught / visionary collection at the High in Atlanta:

Howard Finster: An Angel of the L-rd, #10000
Howard Finster, An Angel of the L-rd #10000, High Museum, Atlanta GA

Howard Finster, An Angel of the L-rd #10000, High Museum, Atlanta GA

Henry Church: A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed
Henry Church, A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed, High Museum, Atlanta GA

Ben Shahn: The Church is the Union Hall

Ben Shahn, The Church is the Union Hall, High Museum, Atlanta

Clementine Hunter: Melrose Plantation
Clementine Hunter, Melrose Plantation, High Museum of Art, Atlanta GA

Mr. Imagination: Horse
Mr. Imagination, Horse, High Museum, Atlanta GA

Leroy Almon: Sacrifice of Isaac
Leroy Almon, Sacrifice of Isaac, High Museum, Atlanta GA

Louisiana Bendolph: Blocks and Strips Medallion Quilt
Louisiana Bendolph, Blocks and Strips Medallion Quilt, High Museum, Atlanta GA

Ulysses Davis: Jesus on the Cross
Ulysses Davis, Jesus on the Cross, High Museum, Atlanta GA

Herbert Singleton: Hallelujah Door
Herbert Singleton, Hallelujah Door, High Museum, Atlanta GA

Herbert Singleton, Hallelujah Door, High Museum, Atlanta GA

Herbert Singleton, Hallelujah Door, High Museum, Atlanta GA

Herbert Singleton, Hallelujah Door, High Museum, Atlanta GA


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Nearby at the Weiland Pavilion is this work by Fred Wilson -- Chandelier Mori: Speak of Me as I Am
Fred Wilson, Chandelier Mori: Speak of Me as I Am, High Museum, Atlanta GA

The Detroit Institute of Arts did this clip upon installing their chandelier by Fred Wilson, 'To Die Upon a Kiss'

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