The ZMA celebrates the opening of two solo exhibitions: “Are We the Monsters,” Atlanta-based Sarah Emerson’s meditation on destruction and creation, and Tomashi Jackson’s “Interstate Love Song,” an exploration of color and the value of human life in public space. The solo projects are accompanied by a new installation of Ruth Zuckerman’s drawings and sculptures from the ZMA’s permanent collection.
Images (L to R): “Ruth Zuckerman at work in her Pietrasanta studio” (detail), 1980s. Courtesy of the Estate of Ruth V. Zuckerman; Sarah Emerson, “Bubble and Scrape” (detail), 2017. Courtesy of the artist; Tomashi Jackson, “Chattahoochee River Camouflage (Derek)” (detail), 2018, C-Print, Courtesy of the artist and Tilton Gallery, New York, NY.