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The Bitter Southerner” published “Nighttime Is A Place”, a photo series and essay by writer Jessica Handler.  It’s about teenage tribalism, the suburbs and the disappearing wilderness

High Museum show Extended!  “What Is Near: Reflections On Home” will be on view until Sept 11 2016

Zuckerman Museum – Sat. June 18 2016 6-8pm: Official “launch” of the my permanent installation, “Marking Time”  Public is invited.

SchizophreniaOn view now at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta GA, five pieces from “every single one of these stories is true” in an exhibition at The High titled, “What Is Near: Reflections On Home”. Exhibition runs from January 16 to May 22 2016

 

 

“Marking Time: The Zuckerman Cairn”, a permanent interactive installation and archive, launchesSpring 2016 at the Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw State University.

Video interview by Ben Goldman about Beth Lilly’s “Moving Image of Eternity” for Burnaway’s Studio Visit

The Zuckerman Museum commissioned a sculpture from artist Beth Lilly.  Working title of “Marking Time”, the sculpture will be permanently displayed at museum entrance. Opening ceremony will be in February 2016

“Lost In Thought” included in group show at Light Factory, Charlotte NC. Opens April 24

REVIEW of “A Moving Image of Eternity” published in ArtsATL

ARTIST TALK @ WHITESPACE GALLERY JAN 31 2PM;  Join me at whitespace as I talk about the three series that comprise “A Moving Image Of Eternity”,

INTERVIEW ABOUT “MOVING IMAGE OF ETERNITY” PUBLISHED IN CREATIVE LOAFING – thank you Muriel Vega!

REVIEW OF “MOVING IMAGE” PUBLISHED ON BURNAWAY – thank you Matthew Terrell!

Beth Lilly has a solo exhibition of new work opening in January at Whitespace Gallery. Using several photography-based techniques utilizing motion, Lilly presents intimate portraits of people on the interstate caught in contemplation of their fate and fortune. Opening reception is Friday January 9th and an artist talk is on the following Saturday, January 10.

Mr. Brett Abbott, Keough Family Curator of Photography and Head of Collections at the High Museum of Art, recently named Beth Lilly as the 2013-14 recipient of the Atlanta Photography Group/High Museum Purchase Award.  Nine prints from her project, “every single one of these stories is true” were added to the High Museum permanent collection.

Coming soon!! Beth Lilly will be launching a funding campaign to publish ‘every single one of these stories is true” as a limited edition artists book.

Ongoing – curator Amy Miller’s picks from “If By Chance” are on view at a group exhibition titled “A Sense of Place” at Atlanta’s Hartsfield International Airport. Look for these on Concourses B and C.

The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia recently added four prints from “The Oracle@WiFi” series.  These prints join several photographs of my work from other series such as “Cardboard America” and “every single one of these stories is true”.