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Several art galleries that you must visit when you're in Atlanta

Andrew Alvarez

ATLANTA, GA - Atlanta is famous for its culture, which includes amazing culinary, music events, and history, but it also has a variety of galleries and cultural centers. The art galleries in this Southern metropolis are not to be skipped, with work by world-renowned artists and local celebrities.

These art galleries are a great choice to spend your holiday.

Callanwolde Fine Art Center
The Callanwolde Fine Art Center is located in the Druid Hills neighborhood and was built in 1920 by Charles Howard Candler, the eldest son of Coca-Cola Company founder, Asa Griggs Candler. The 12-acre property, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, includes an attractive mansion, expansive green gardens, and various outbuildings.

The gallery, which is situated on the second floor of the Candler Mansion, hosts rotating artist exhibitions. Alli Royce Soble and Anthony Greco are among the featured artists.

Kai Lin Art
Kai Lin Art, a modern art gallery in Atlanta's bustling Midtown area, is a place you must see. Yu-Kai Lin created the space in 2008 with the goal of promoting both young and established artists from the Southeast and beyond. The gallery, which uses art to stimulate conversation and innovation, has been highlighted in local publications and was named "Best Gallery" by Creative Loafing.

Mason Fine Art
Mason Fine Art is a new gallery located just minutes from the Buckhead neighborhood and near the upcoming Sweetwater Design District. An ever-changing variety of contemporary works by regional, national, and international artists may be found in the gallery. Mason Fine Art has three enormous exhibition halls that can house two- and three-dimensional artworks in massive formats.

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