Mission Impossible: The World’s Tiniest Art Exhibit

Atlanta’s U*Space Gallery kicks off its 2006 season by hosting the opening of Mission Impossible: The World’s Tiniest Art Exhibit on Friday, April 7th from 7 pm-11 pm.

Gallery owner & Curator Terence E. Jackson describes his mission when he conceived the show as a “challenge artists and collectors to reevaluate their own philosophy when it comes to canvas size” (the largest works for the show are 4 x 4 inches). “This show is about confronting myths. This was my way of saying to artist’s ‘If you’re so good, then you should be able to work on any blank canvas, no matter the size,'” says Jackson.

Think you can’t afford art? In keeping with the gallery’s premise of making original art affordable to the majority, U*Space Gallery is slowly builting a reputation as an important artistic center in Georgia that is inclusive instead of exclusive. Art pricing for the show will begin as low as $15.00.

The exhibit runs through April 15. U*Space Gallery is located at 439 Edgewood Avenue SE Suite 101 Atlanta, Georgia 30312. 404-653-7331.

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