image: Brendan Carroll, Fact-Based Lies, 2016, oil and wax on canvas, 58" x 46"

Recent Press:

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 3, 2017
"Review: Elegant, graphic photos of flowers conjure themes of mortality"


ArtAtl, January 3, 2017
"Review: Cynthia Farnell’s “Garlands” at Poem88 meditates and mourns"


BurnAway, November 28, 2016
"Candy Crush: Carol John at {Poem 88}"

 

ArtsAtl, November 28, 2016
"Poem 88 Owner Robin Bernat nominated for ArtsATL Luminary Awards, "


Daily Serving, September 28, 2016
"Paul Stephen Benjamin: God Bless America
at Poem 88 "

The New York Times, March 15, 2016
"Turning Instagram Images Into Analog"

 

ArtsAtl, March 10, 2016
"Review: {Poem 88}’s “Documentum” brings a
digital medium back to its analog roots"

Burnaway, March 23, 2016
"Documenting Instagram at {Poem 88}"

Burnaway, January 29, 2016
"Nymphs and Shepherds” Offers
Something For Everyone at {Poem 88}"



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ABSTRACTS
New Works by Brendan Carroll, Ben Steele and Zuzka Vaclavik

May 6 to June 10, 2017

opening reception: May 6, 6 pm
artist talk: May 13, 2 pm

ABSTRACTS presents the work of Poem 88 artists, Brendan Carroll, Ben Steele and Zuzka Vaclavik. Non-objective and Objective Abstraction are at play in these paintings referencing gesture and color field, natural forms, quotidian objects, and signs; thus, in their rigorous study of painting, each artist embraces the hallmarks of modernism through their individual strategies. All three artists have works in important private collections, the permanent collection of the High Museum of Art, and Carroll, also, at MOCA-Ga.