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High Museum of Art
Experience the largest art museum in the Southeast! The High Museum showcases an inspiring permanent collection that rotates over 13,000 works as well as dynamic special exhibitions from around the world. Our light-filled galleries have something for everyone to enjoy.
General admission and next available timed-entry admission to the Southeast’s largest art museum including entry to all special exhibits.
1280 Peachtree Street
Between 15th & 16th streets, Midtown
Tue-Thu, Sat, 10am-5pm
Friday Night Music Remix (3rd Friday of month, except in Dec): 5pm-10pm.
Closed Mondays and holidays.
- The High Museum of Art is the Southeast’s largest art museum.
- CityPASS includes entry to all special exhibits.
- The High’s collections offer a journey through time and across continents.
- African Art Collections include masks, figurative sculpture, beadwork, metalwork and ceramic arts.
- Guests may exchange their CityPASS ticket for admission to Friday Night Music Remix, an evening of art and music every third Friday of the month with extended hours and full gallery access including special exhibitions.
- Guests may exchange their CityPASS ticket for admission to Culture Shock, an after-hours event connected to the Museum's special exhibitions where you might experience DJs, bands, fashion shows, or even a circus, as well as food, drinks, surprises and great art. Find upcoming dates for Culture Shock on the events calendar.
Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at Wieland Pavilion admission desk. Look for the vouchers, Will Call, and CityPASS signs to skip the main ticket line. Then proceed to the main entrance line to enter the exhibition hall.
Special Exhibits Included with CityPASS
Open through November 2, 2014
This exhibition represents the most comprehensive assessment of photographer Wynn Bullock's (American, 1902-1975) extraordinary career in nearly forty years. Bullock worked in the American modernist tradition alongside colleagues and friends Edward Weston, Harry Callahan, and Ansel Adams. This show presents the rare opportunity to see over 100 works of art by this innovative photographer.
Painter’s Painters: Gifts from Alex Katz
Open through November 2, 2014
Featuring more than 20 works of contemporary art from the Museum's growing permanent collection, Painter's Painters: Gifts from Alex Katz includes paintings by 13 emerging and mid-career artists working in New York in addition to a selection of works by Katz himself. These include four paintings and a group of chalk and charcoal cartoons that Katz originally produced as 1:1 scaled drawings, later transferred to canvas as compositions for large paintings. All works in the exhibition were given to the High Museum of Art over the course of the past three years by Katz and the Alex Katz Foundation
American Encounters: Anglo-American Portraiture in an Era of Revolution
Open through January 18, 2015
The High Museum of Art, Musée du Louvre, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and the Terra Foundation for American Art will present the third installation in their four-year collaboration focusing on the history of American art. American Encounters: Anglo-American Portraiture in an Era of Revolution provides a close look at five portraits that demonstrate how portraiture style evolved in the late 18th and early 19th centuries as American and European painters were influenced by each other. The installation's five works have never been displayed together previously.
Cézanne and the Modern: Masterpieces of European Art from the Pearlman Collection
October 25, 2014 - January 11, 2015
Cézanne and the Modern features 50 exceptional Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, and modern art masterpieces from the extraordinary collection of art collector Henry Pearlman. See the exhibition to view works by Cézanne, van Gogh, Modigliani, Degas, Gaugin, Toulouse-Lautrec, and others. The exhibition offers an astonishing visual review of the peak of European modernism as seen through the eyes of exceptional collector Henry Pearlman, and is the first international tour of the collection since Pearlman’s death in 1974.
Advice for Visitors
- Call or visit high.org to confirm hours and exhibitions on view.
Parking: Woodruff Arts Center garages: Mon-Fri 7am-5pm, $10; Mon-Fri after 5pm and all day Sat-Sun, $12.
Dining: 1280 Restaurant, High Café, CJ's Cart
Accessibility: Fully accessible. Handicap drop-off: 16th Street. Wheelchairs available from Wieland Pavilion security staff; free.
Group guided tours (sight, hearing or physical disability accommodation) available by reservation: TDD (404) 733-4565.
Self-Guide: Audio guides for some exhibitions: $6, non-members.
Gift Shop: Museum Shop
Photography: Personal-use still photography permitted only in permanent collection galleries; no flash or tripods. Request photo pass from security desk.
Cell Phones: Cell phone use is not permitted in the galleries.
Coat Check: Required to check backpacks, umbrellas and other bulky items; no charge.
Strollers: Permitted in permanent collection galleries, but may be restricted in special exhibition galleries.
Marta: Take MARTA Red/Gold train Arts Center Station
Driving: For driving directions call (404) 733-4955.
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