Abstract Art in Atlanta

Life Imitates Art


Atrium of the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia. Designed by Richard Meier, American abstract artist and architect; winner of the 1984 Laureate of the Pritzker Architecture Prize.

You really have to visit the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, you will feel enveloped in Art! The atrium creates this bond, a full sensory experience of being connected to everything; the art, architecture, nature, the bustling city and people.

In this setting, there is an unbreakable cycle of art symbolizing life and life imitating art. Note the architecture simultaneously framing people amidst interior and exterior views, as they make their way from one exhibition to another.