This Friday, BFA Photography alum (2014) Jordan Stubbs presents his solo exhibition, TOO MUCH AT ONCE? at Downtown Atlanta’s historic Flatiron Building. The show runs through Nov. 5th and is a culminating highlight from being awarded a MINT Leap Year Fellowship. Stubbs, who recently completed a Hambidge residency, will also give an exhibition artist talk on Saturday, Oct. 29.
Congrats to Jordan on your first Atlanta solo exhibition!!!
TOO MUCH AT ONCE?
OPENING: Friday, October 21, 6 – 9pm
ON VIEW: October 21 – November 5, 2016
ARTIST TALK: Saturday, October 29, 4pm
Held at The Flatiron Building, (@FlatironCity), 84 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30303
(MINT Press Release)
MINT announces the solo exhibition, TOO MUCH AT ONCE? for MINT Leap Year Fellow JORDAN STUBBS, held at The Flatiron Building in Downtown Atlanta.
MINT’s Leap Year Program provides three emerging artists per year with studio space, mentors, exhibition support, a solo exhibition, and more. Stubbs’ casual and “nauseatingly vivid” sculptures demand attention as he explores the framework of construction and “precautionary objects,” while also functioning as a metaphor for self-improvement.
Jordan Stubbs is an artist living and working in Atlanta. Raised in a military family, he spent much of his adolescence living abroad. Jordan received his BFA from Georgia State University in Photography. During that time, he also co-founded the artist-run space, The LOW Museum in the Old Fourth Ward. Jordan spent the next two and a half years as the gallery director for the LOW, during which he aided in fostering a space for emerging artists and thinkers to show their work and host thoughtful discussions. Jordan is currently a 2015/16 MINT Leap Year Fellow, and assistant gallery director at Swan Coach House Gallery.