We are pleased to announce our largest Spring Group Exhibition “A BETTER VIEW" featuring new 24” x 24” pieces from 45+ contemporary artists.
Balance is a figurative exhibition analyzing the way we as humans interact with the natural world.
Atrox is a mixed media exhibition that revolves around the portrayal of unsettling imagery.
By far his most personal and vivid collection of work to date, HEAVY MENTAL is Greg Mike unleashed, free to explore new territories.
A group show featuring varying work from 14 artists around the US, celebrating tattooing as a true art form.
All But Reason, opening June 22nd at ABV, is the premiere exhibition of Atlanta artist Trey Moseley.
A collaboration between North Florida artists Tony Rodrigues & Mark George.
Born and Bred is a group exhibition which is inspired by American People, Places and Things.
Sam Parker’s new body of work is an exploration of mark making and patterns that occur internally and manifest physically.
Fifty / Fifty is a collaborative based exhibition involving 26 artists who are working in pairs of 2, to create 13 finished pieces.
Athens, Georgia based artist David Hale will be debuting a new body of work Saturday, June 2nd titled, “St. Francis”.
This show celebrates ABV’s 2 Year Anniversary with 18 Artists creating new works using the 2 colors, black and white and the multiple shades that they produce.
A group show inspired by the classic cult film "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas".
Atlanta artist Ola Bad makes his solo show debut at ABV Gallery.
Los Angeles based artist Shark Toof presents a solo exhibition.
While living in South Korea, Brandon Sadler was consumed by an unfamiliar environment struggling to find a balance between work and artistic expression.
A number of Atlanta based artists have taken powers into their own hands and created work inspired by Superheroes and Villains.
ABV is pleased to present "Supernatural Circus", a collection of new work from 13 Atlanta based artists.
Yellow Pants and ABV is pleased to present “Overseas and Undertones”, a collection of new work from 13 transatlantic artists.
After my father visited me in my studio in Oakland a few months ago, I was reflecting on a conversation we had about finding inspiration.
The Tenderloin Project is an ongoing artistic endeavor focused on one of San Francisco’s most marginalized neighborhoods, The Tenderloin.