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Art Papers Live ART PAPERS Salon
Wednesday, November 2
5:30pm Reception / 6:00pm Program
at Hathaway Contemporary Gallery, Atlanta

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Edition ART PAPERS Edition Artworks
Now Available Online

Limited edition artworks by Lucinda Bunnen, Mildred Thompson, and Kirstin Mitchell, that premiered at our 40th Anniversary celebration, are now available for purchase online. We selected two artworks from our archive to be reproduced as lithograph prints by Atlanta's Hi-Lo Press. The third edition (pictured left) was created on site by Kristen Mitchell the evening of the anniversary dinner.
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September/October 2016

* NEW *
13 Ways of Looking at an Olympic Cauldron
Hannah Palmer
An oddity to many, a problem to some, and an icon to few:
Atlanta's Olympic Cauldron, (fondly) revisited.
with photographs by Johnathon Kelso

Interview: George Hirthler
The Look of the Games

Victoria Camblin
The writer behind successful Olympic bids for Atlanta, Beijing, and others considers the language, imagery, and ideals of the games.

The Alien Anxieties
of Tokyo's Olympic Architecture

Matthew Mullane
Designers and citizens respond to national unease as Japan prepares to host the 2020 Olympic Games.

What Art Criticism Can Learn
From Sports Writing

Rob Colvin
Sports coverage proposes a balm for overwrought critical prose, and sports psychology as a solution for painter's block.

Van Goals
Daniel Fuller
A curator ditches a rugby party for post-impressionist still lifes.

* NEW *
Andrew Kuo
An artist processes the enduring impact and evolving mediatized identity of the NBA's Jeremy Lin—in sports culture, and in his own artistic practice.

* NEW *
Irony & Loss
Interview: Ian Bogost

Paul Boshears
An award-winning game designer and philosopher talks Pokémon GO, object-oriented ontology, addiction— and, most importantly, "stuff."
with photographs by Brandon English

A Jerk's Dorky Bitch
Jeremy Sigler
An artist processes the enduring impact and evolving In HBO's sadistic minor league baseball comedy Eastbound & Down, Stevie is the no. 1 fan of the worse person ever.

Glossary: Muhammad Ali
Dapper Bruce LaFitte (formerly Bruce Davenport Jr.)


I Love Dick
Shumon Basar

I Love Dick
Katie Geha

Calvert 22
Chris Fite-Wassilak

The Empire Remains Shop
Caia Hagel

Vincent Fecteau
Emily B. Watlington

Tony Oursler: Imponderable New York
Tony Oursler: The Imponderable Archive

Marcus Civin

Hackers on Planet Earth Conference
Will Corwin and Tommy Mintz

Made in L.A.
Travis Diehl

Portland Biennial
William J. Simmons

The Rise of Sneaker Culture
Bruce Lampros

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