September 28, 2017
The Atlanta Preservation Center welcomes photographer David Knox, a participating artist with the Atlanta Celebrates Photography festival, for an artist talk and exhibition of his new work, Ritual and Ruin: Tableaux of a Lost War.
This exhibit is juxtaposed with the Atlanta Preservation Center’s and the Atlanta History Center’s permanent exhibit at the L. P. Grant Mansion: Preserved on Glass.
Join us at the L. P. Grant Mansion on Thursday, October 5 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. The artist will lead a discussion of his work at 6:15 p.m., with an open house to follow. Refreshments will be provided.
Admission is free; reservations are required. Please contact us at (404) 688-3353 for reservations.
The L. P. Grant Mansion is located at 327 St. Paul Avenue SE, Atlanta 30312. Due to limited parking availability, carpooling, rideshares and alternative transit are encouraged. On-street parking is available on St. Paul Avenue and Grant Street. ADA parking and access can be reached via APC’s Orleans Street drive.
About the Exhibition:
In Ritual and Ruin: Tableaux of a Lost War, Knox uses a sample of photography from the Library of Congress and his own images to create surreal collages of 19th-century American battlefields and ruins. The black and white photographic works evoke early photographic methods, such as the Daguerreotype, tintype and the wet-collodion method.
For more information on the show and Atlanta Celebrates Photography, visit: