Evidence of her inquisitive spirit, the three series of photographs sampled here also demonstrate her aesthetic chops, particularly her ability to match the visual means to the subject she explores. For full review, see my story in the AJC.
Sheila Pree Bright poses provocative questions in “Girls, Grillz and Guns” at Sandler Hudson Gallery
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Catherine Fox is co-founder of ArtsATL and served as executive director, executive editor and chief art critic for its first six years. She was art and architecture critic at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution for 27 years, during which time she was Cox Writer of the Year, twice winner of Cox awards in criticism, received two Green Eyeshade Awards and an award from the American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors. She holds a master’s degree in art history from the University of Michigan. She is a co-author of Noplaceness: Art in a Post-Urban Landscape. She received the 2013 Community Impact Administrator Arts Award from the Emory College Center for Creativity Arts for her work on ArtsATL.