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November 13, 2005

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La Dauphine

Nice shot... but a million bucks? I won't take that deal but why not head it over to Chistie's?

Great report! It brings tears to my eyes with what they've done for Atlanta with the new High.

La Dauphine

Nice shot... but a million bucks? I won't take that deal but why not head it over to Christie's?

Great report! It brings tears to my eyes with what they've done for Atlanta with the new High.

Renee

Renzo made us all proud. The building is one of the greatest works of art at the High. Other highlights include Ellsworth Kelly room, Folk Art Collection, and African Art homerun.
Who did Annette Cone Skelton sleep with? Take the painting down, it's an insult to Agnes Martin. High exhibited two paintings by Joseph Albers one a good as the other one is bad. If Joe was alive he would tell you himself to take it down. What's with the Claus Oldenberg fruits on main level? no where near his best work. How 'bout the Gene Davis painting fresh and full of life beaming in it's own radiance of color.

Jen

I love the High too. I'm in total agreement on the Alfredo Jaar-in fact it would add to it conceptually to be in with people milling about. It would good to add (when the Jaar moves to the lobby...) Chris Ofilli, Kara Walker, and Kojo Griffin to the collection. Also, it seemed awkward to have the floating wall with the glass pieces at the back of that gallery. Loved the William Kentridge film. Loved seeing the local artists in the museum. Now I'm ready for the Elton John photography wing!

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