Two Paths Press is an imprint of Fall Line Press, dedicated to working collaboratively with art & cultural institutions to produce high quality art books, catalogs, and monographs.
We jumped at the chance to work with the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia on a monograph for celebrated Georgia painter - Hebert Creecy - the most renowned artist of abstract expressionism in the South. The book coincided with an exhibition of his major paintings at the museum. It features essays by Dan R. Talley (Professor at Kutztown University in Pennsylvania and co-founding editor ofArt Papers); Beth Gardiner Lytle (PhD from Emory University and former MOCA GA intern); Annette Cone-Skelton (Director of MOCA GA and friend of Creecy); and the transcript of a conversation with several of Creecy's friends and colleagues (Shephard Ansley, Alston Glenn, Alfred Kennedy, and Annette Cone-Skelton).
In addition to the texts and plates of major paintings, the book features numerous sketches, photographs of Creecy and photographs of his studio. It's truly a tribute to the celebrated painter, and we're honored to be associated with it.
In conjunction with the 2016 Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival, Atlanta Legal Aid Society is presenting an exhibition curated by Independent Curators Louise E. Shaw and Mary Stanley. Reflecting upon the mission-driven programs of the Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Picturing Justice features five documentary photographers whose work comments upon issues such as the working poor, disability rights, housing inequities, and grandparents or other relatives caring for children. Collectively, the photographs provide a deeper understanding of the challenges facing vulnerable populations in Atlanta and throughout the United States.
Photographers include: Sheila Pree Bright, Dustin Thomas Chambers, Matt Eich and Harvey Finkle. In addition, Atlanta-based photographer Bryan Meltz has been commissioned to tell the story of one family’s experience with Atlanta Legal Aid’s Grandparent/ Relative Caregiver Project. We're proud to have worked on the catalog for this exhibition.
Photo by Bryan Meltz, all rights reserved.