The artcore journal series Installed are posts for the artcore (b)log that include written information provided by the institution, gallery, or artist’s website along with a selection of images taken by an artcore correspondent. The initiative is to provide readers with the photographer’s unique perspective of exhibitions, performances, and/or events in situ. The artcore (b)log is a platform for new series that are posted continuously, in addition to the biannual issues but do not necessarily reflect the current theme. If you are interested in participating as a correspondent for the Installed series on the artcore (b)log please contact us directly for more information.
Jon Pack & Gary Hustwit: The Olympic City
at Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA
Apr. 19 – June 15, 2013
Curated by Stuart Horodner
The Olympic City is an ongoing project that looks at the legacy of the Olympic Games in former host cities around the world.
Since 2008, photographer Jon Pack, and filmmaker Gary Hustwit have sought out sought out the successes and failures, remnants and ghosts of the Olympics in cities including Athens, Barcelona, Mexico City, Lake Placid, Los Angeles, Montreal, and Rome. Their photographs document structures, streets, signage, and ephemera as a way of acknowledging and analyzing a complex set of relationships between the past and the present.—The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center website
Shantay Robinson earned her MFA in Writing from Savannah College of Art and Design. She currently writes for, TheThirdEyeSite.com, an arts and culture blog.
You must be logged in to post a comment.