- ART PARTY / OPEN STUDIOS - Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, October 19, 2013
- TANZ/FARM FEED - If We Had A Conversation About Performance, What Would It Look Like? Panel discussion, October 29, 2013
- New conceptual market project (participatory): I Did Not Wake Up
- Accepted into Atlanta Contemporary Art Center's Studio Artist Program
- 2013/2014 Walthall Fellow
- MOCAGA WAP Studio Apprentice Exhibition - November 16, 2013 - January 18, 2014
- In Translation, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center - Opens January 10, 2014
- Walthall Fellowship Exhibition, Zuckerman Museum of Art - April - July 2014
The Atlantan Arts & Power Issue Names Nathan Sharratt as a Dealer's Choice for 2013 Artists To Watch
Gallerist Barbara Archer selected Nathan Sharratt as one of her picks for buzzworthy artists for 2013. December 2012 issue, page 77.
"Established galleries hung tight in a tough economic climate, but plenty of independent curatorial ventures such as Dashboard Co-Op continued to stage inventive, provocative shows in unusual spaces, including Nathan Sharratt’s navel-gazing solo show about his own life installed in a Peoplestown shotgun house." by Felicia Feaster
At Kai Lin Art
FRIDAY December 14th, 2012
7:00 -- 10:00 pm
Exhibit will run through January 25
ILLUMINATE is a group exhibition featuring new art works by artists John Tindel, Larry Anderson, Greg Noblin, Nathan Sharratt, Lucha Rodriguez, Mike Lowery, Katrin Wiehle, Alex Leopold, Ashley Schick, Sean Abrahams, Cassidy Russell, Steve Frenkel, Wyatt Graff, Britt Bass and Tim Boyd.
Drawings Purchased By High Museum Of Art
I'm excited to announce that two of my drawings have been purchased by High Museum Of Art in Atlanta, GA. Samo, by Andy Warhol/Nikita Gale/Nathan Sharratt, and Samo Aligned To Center, by Andy Warhol/Nikita Gale/Nathan Sharratt were added to the permanent collection in September. The drawings are part of my on-going series, This Is All My Work. Two remaining drawings, Andy, and Andy Aligned To Center, are available for purchase.
Huge thank you to the Michael Rooks, Barbara Archer, and Nikita Gale for allowing me to appropriate her work and Andy Warhol for not.
Inspiration For Moderns series debuts at Pop! at Kai Lin Art
I'm pleased to present Inspiration For Moderns, a series of cut-paper works celebrating the pop song lyric.
On view at Kai Lin Art from July 27th through September 7th, 2012.
Pop songs get a bad rap. Their popularity and lowest-common-denominator appeal somehow makes them less authentic in the eyes (ears) of the cultured musical elites. I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard my “cool” friends tell me Katy Perry is the worst thing that has ever happened to the world, and if they hear that goddamn Gotye song one more time they’ll have a conniption. I think there are worse things in the world than a pop singer or an overplayed radio song. [more]
Come Inside. Me. Presented by Dashboard Co-Op
My first solo exhibition with Dashboard Co-Op, Come Inside. Me., opened July 15th, 2012 and closed July 25th. Installed in a vacant house at 30 Ormond St. in Peoplestown, Atlanta, GA. Come Inside. Me. was a 6-room sensory experience, with artwork and multiple installations filling the house.
More images and video to follow.
Faces of Feminism Fundraiser at Whitespec Gallery
I will be participating in a fundraiser for Faces of Feminism, presented by Nikita Gale on Saturday, April 21, 2012 at Whitespec Gallery in Atlanta, GA from 7-10PM. I created four new drawings just for the occasion (one of which is previewed below).
Featuring work by Ashley Anderson, Romy Maloon, Nathan Sharratt, Henry Detweiler, Katy Malone, Dorothy Stucki, Becky Furey, Sanithna Phansavanh.