9.29.22 - 10.2.22



Opening Night at Gallerie 88
Friday, September 30
6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Buckhead Village Art Crawl
Saturday, October 1
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

T. Lang Dance Presented by Dashboard
Saturday, October 1
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Meet + Greet with Black Women Photographers
Sunday, October 2
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Black Women in Visual Art Panel Discussion
Sunday, October 2
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Gallerie 88
Buckhead Village
3025 Bolling Way NE Suite G111
Atlanta, GA 30305

Atlanta Art Week Hours
Thursday     CLOSED
Friday          10:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Saturday     10:30 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday        11:30 AM  - 6:00 PM

Gallerie 88 is partnering with Buckhead Village to present the first-ever Gallerie 88 Design House.

A pop-up exhibition space highlighting our three focus areas: ART, FASHION, AND DESIGN. Featuring local and national artists who are recognized for their innovative works across various mediums. Artists on exhibition will include James Rong, El Lewis of O. Studio and others.

Gallerie 88 Design House Opening Night Celebration
Friday, September 30 – starting at 6pm

The festivities will kick off with an evening cocktail party from 6-8pm in the open-air area of The Veranda – located at the corner of Bolling Way and Buckhead Avenue across from Le Bilboquet. Guests will get an exclusive first look at the Gallerie 88 Design House art and design exhibition while enjoying artfully crafted cocktails and canapès from Saint Germain and live music by Tune Union.

Plus, the property will unveil a new fall installation and photo-moment capturing creative portraits of guests’ art-inspired fashion looks by photographer, Chekier Barthley of King Capt Photography.

At dusk, Elevate Atl, in partnership with France Atlanta will present dancer Qudus Onikeku performing Africaman Original – a solo performance lecture, combining the energy of Fela Kuti on the background of African, Brazilian and Black American archives of body intelligence.  Following the performance, the Gallerie 88 Design House, located across from the Veranda, will welcome guests to enjoy a live DJ and cocktails into the night. Tickets are available here.

Art Crawl for Atlanta Art Week at Buckhead Village
Saturday, October 1 – 12-6 pm

In conjunction with the Atlanta Art Week Art Crawl, Buckhead Village will host an art crawl across the property with special events happening at participating pop-ups and art galleries on property. Visitors are invited to take in a beautiful fall installation, enjoy in-store promotions at participating retailers and restaurants, and a line-up of other complimentary onsite experiences including kids arts & crafts stations, F&B carts from Bella Cucina and Saint Germain, live fashion sketching and live music by Lilac wine.

T Lang Dance presented by Dashboard for Atlanta Art Week
Saturday, October 1 from 6:30 to 9:00 pm

In celebration of Atlanta Art Week, Dashboard, a nonprofit art organization specializing in large-scale public works, non-traditional artwork exhibitions and curation, event production and more, is supporting a new public work by T. Lang Dance from acclaimed choreographer and artistic director T. Lang. Taking place in The Plaza outside Le Bilboquet, the original performance will feature dancer LaMia Dingle and fashion designs from Bernard Jackson’s 2023 collection, an innovative fashion brand whose collections lend themselves to romance, luxury and a jovial sense of life. Following the initial performance, event-goers are invited into the Gallerie 88 Design House for music, cocktails, and an immersive continuation of the performance.

Black Women Photographers Meetup at Gallerie 88
Sunday, October 2, 11 am -12 pm

Black Women Photographers, a global community, directory, and hub of over 1,000 Black women and non-binary identifying photographers, spanning over 50 countries and 35+ U.S. states will host a meetup for Atlanta's community of Black women photographers to mix, mingle and meet each other. Specialty coffee drinks are presented by Color Cold Brew.

Black women photographers meetup at Gallerie 88

Sunday, October 2 - 11-12 pm

Specialty coffee drinks presented by Color Cold Brew.

About the Gallery

Gallerie 88 is a cultural media company, focused on the elevated presentation of culture in art,  fashion, and design. Through original content, video, and unique experiences, we create  platforms to entertain and educate a discerning global audience with an appreciation for  quality, sophistication, and high design.


Dashboard is a nonprofit art organization transforming our shared spaces with artwork & imagination. We specialize in large-scale public works and exhibitions, with programs including non-traditional artwork exhibition and curation, event design/production, public art commission, artist grants, and public programming. We work with governments, cultural institutions, brands, agencies, developers and the public, offering a wildly creative approach to strategic development and public engagement.

About Black Women in Visual Art

Black Women in Visual Art (BWVA) was founded by Lauren Jackson Harris and Daricia Mia DeMarr on October 9, 2019. BWVA is an organization for women, visual art and culture professionals of the African Diaspora. BWVA aims to foster networks, share resources and develop programs with the goal of increasing visibility for women in the global majority. BWVA was created to steward and nurture enduring representation and leadership in the visual arts and cultural sector.

About Black Women Photograghers 

Founded by Polly Irungu, and launched in July of 2020, Black Women Photographers (BWP) is a global community, directory, and hub of over 1,000 Black women and non-binary identifying photographers, spanning over 50 countries and 35+ U.S. states.

Black Women Photographers is a home for Black women to receive proper recognition, and most importantly, get hired. Dedicated to providing a resource for the industry’s gatekeepers, BWP supports its members through promoting their work in an active database distributed to brands, photo editors, directors, curators, and art buyers.

The collective also offers FREE educational resources such as regular programming of webinars, workshops, trainings, meet ups, and portfolio reviews. Through conversation, workshops, educational resources, virtual and in-person events, as well as an annual $50K grant fund and an active directory of photographers available for hire, BWP is committed to providing a home for Black women identifying photographers with the aim to increase access to professional and paid opportunities for Black creatives around the world.

About the Artist

T. Lang creates, writes and teaches poetic expressions of dance, which illustrates deep, arousing investigations relevant to issues of identity, history and community. Through the vehicle of contemporary modern dance with emphasis on the interdisciplinarity, Lang’s work communicates perspectives with depth and a movement style that captures the attention of the viewer with its evocative physicality, technical range and emotional viability. Her work is inspired by the desire to invite audiences into personal and subjective experiences of inspiration, family stories, shared history; a fascination with the connections in between; and the desire to investigate them together on the dance floor. After years of choreography, academia, and performance, Lang continues to explore new mediums, such as AR and VR technology, and various modes of collaboration, to immerse audiences in what she hopes are powerful, transformative experiences. T. Lang connects dance, space, technology, and creative collaborators to move audiences into a greater understanding of our past, present and future.

With commissions from the High Museum of Art, Goat Farm Arts Center, Flux Projects and more Lang stays engaged with the next generation of movement artists through her summer dance intensive SWEATSHOP and Founding Director and owner of The Movement Lab ATL, an interdisciplinary incubator for creativity T. Lang is an Associate Professor and inaugural department chair of Dance Performance and Choreography at Spelman College. She is also the 2022 Emory University Arts and Social Justice Fellow.