Arts & Entertainment Atlanta will host its second-ever digital exhibit, The South Got Something to Say, from June 1-July 31. Curated by Karen Comer Lowe, work by 10 Atlanta-based artists will be featured on four A&E Atlanta digital signs throughout Downtown Atlanta. The exhibit is presented in partnership with the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District (ADID), Orange Barrel Media, and BIG Outdoor.
The exhibit title is taken from the words of legendary Atlanta-based rapper Andre 3000, part of the Southern hip-hop duo Outkast, at the 1995 Source Awards. “This phrase issued a proclamation about the rising impact of Atlanta as a city. Since that time, the city has risen as an influential force in music, film, and politics,” said Lowe.
“This digital exhibition is a recognition of the visual culture of Atlanta and the people who contribute to that culture. The works, while variant in medium, address a reckoning with
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