Gallery of Fine Art Photography - Atlanta GA


Press for ICONS @ The Breman Museum


The exhibition: ICONS: Selections from the Portrait Unbound, featuring the photography of Bob Weingarten, has received glowing press and exposure. Below are descriptions and links to the content from local public radio WABE, ArtsATL and the Atlanta Journal and Consitution and an earlier review from Rough Draft Atlanta.


WABE – City Lights


Bob Weingarten speaks with Summer Evans in this 24 minute interview. Discussing his personal history and his work currently on-view at the Breman Museum in Midtown Atlanta. To hear the entire discussion follow this link the the WABE website.


ArtsATL and The Atlanta Journal and Constitution


A review of the exhibition, written by Robert Stalker can be found on the ArtsATL website (May 11, 2023) and also republished on the Atlanta Journal and Constitution website (May 12, 2023 – Paywall to view AJC content)


Rough Draft Atlanta


An additional review of the exhibition, written by Isadora Pennington can be found on the Rough Draft Atlanta website (April 12, 2023) at this link.




A preview of the “Dance Talk” was published July 12th in The program led by John Weljer with special guest John Heginbotham discuss their upcoming conversation about ballet great Mikhail Baryshnikov. ArtsATL website (July 12, 2023).



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