ABOUT ATLANTA'S SMALLEST ART GALLERY
Atlanta's Smallest Art Gallery is located at Lenox Mall; rooted in one of Atlanta's heaviest foot-trafficed areas. It repurposes a 20-foot window display inside of Lenox Square's Fashion Cafe. The enclosed space currently focuses on rotating curated exhibitions by local Atlanta artists.
It's no secret that stepping inside an art gallery or museum for the first time can be intimidating to new art enthusiasts and experienced art collectors alike, for any number of reasons. Atlanta's Smallest Art Gallery aims to alleviate these concerns and encourage brand-new audiences to explore and experience the brilliance of fine art! The enclosed space is never staffed, which allows it to be viewed without any anxiety and awkwardness [or being told, "don't touch the art!"]
If you discover an artwork that you can't live without, simply reach out to set up an appointment or have the artwork delivered and installed at your door.
Tim Kent (United States, b. 1991) received a BFA in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA, in 2014. Tim Kent is the founder of Atlanta's Smallest Art Gallery, located in Lenox Square. Kent’s work has been featured in New American Paintings, at Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art and The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia. His first solo exhibition was in Manhattan, New York, at Classic Car Club Manhattan, 2013. Kent most recently exhibited in solo show, Spectrum: Void, at Kai Lin Art, Atlanta, GA, 2016. He has also exhibited works in several group exhibitions throughout the Southeast. In 2017, Kent completed an 8-week Alumni Atelier Artist Residency, in which he created a 13-foot shaped canvas installation for Savannah College of Art and Design. Currently, Kent is creating new work in his Atlanta based studio and woodshop.