The High Museum is located just north of downtown Atlanta in an area referred to as "Midtown."
This stunning, porcelain-enameled building was designed by famed architect Richard Meier and is rivaled only by the art inside.
The High Museum has perhaps the most to offer visually of any Atlanta museum. Located on Peachtree Street in vibrant Midtown, the museum is able to cater to a multitude of crowds – the rate at which its exhibits rotate never seems to slow, making it much more than a one-stop experience. Experience vanguard artistry and outstanding diversity at the pinnacle of Southeastern art museums.
On display are works from familiar names such as Degas, van Gogh, Monet, Manet, Braque, Cezanne, Picasso, Ingres, Klee, Kandinsky, Kokoschka and many others including some out of the mainstream.
In addition to the European Masters exhibition, there's also a wonderful display of the "photography of Clarence John Laughlin, "Strange Light".
There a number of changing exhibitions in addition to a permanent art collection of 75,000 artworks across 7 collecting areas: African Art, American Art, decorative arts and design, European art, folk and self-taught art, modern and contemporary art, and photography.
The museum also has kid-friendly programs and special exhibits in addition to hands-on art projects.
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