9.29.22 - 10.2.22



Saturday 10/01/ 2022

Marc Brotherton artist talk 

Public reception

Open Studios:

Atlanta Art Week Hours
Thursday     CLOSED
Friday          CLOSED
Saturday     11 AM - 8 PM
Sunday       12 PM - 8 PM

THE END Project Space 
1870 Murphy Ave.,
Atlanta, GA 30310

Photo courtesy of THE END Project Space

Marc Brotherton exhibition, Hyperspace, on view.

THE END Project Space is a non-profit exhibition space committed to the presentation of new artwork by Atlanta artists, or artists with significant connection to Atlanta. Most exhibitions remain on view for 8-week increments. THE END has been in continuous operation since January 2019 an has presented 22 exhibitions at its Murphy Avenue location and one exhibition at the Atlanta Contemporary. THE END takes no commission and understands that its singular mission is to exhibit challenging new work by under-exhibited artists.

Marc Brotherton artist talk Saturday, Oct 1 @ 5-6pm
Public reception Saturday, Oct 1 @ 6-8pm

Artists with open studios:

Mark Leibert

Xenia Ames

Jacob O'Kelley

Craig Drennen

Joseph Guay

Esteban Patino

Marc Brotherton

About the Artists

Brotherton plays with images and language that reference the digital screen. Subtle nuance and radical shifts in paint application move throughout his work. He attempts to activate the viewer utilizing a painting platform.

Many would say that there is a need for Killskreen Painting today.

-Killskreen Painting to fight the Machine
-Killskreen Painting for never giving up
-Killskreen Painting to help heal the psyche
-Killskreen Painting for going beyond


Marc Brotherton regularly exhibits his work in Fine Art galleries, museums, art centers, and art fairs throughout the US. He has exhibited at White Columns, Causey Contemporary Fine Art, George Billis Gallery, The Brooklyn Arts Council, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Hathaway Gallery, Day & Night Projects, Sandler Hudson Gallery, and Kiang Gallery. He recently completed a three year Art Residency at the Atlanta Contemporary. Brotherton received his MFA in Painting and Drawing from the City University of New York at Brooklyn College in NYC, and his BFA from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. He currently teaches painting, drawing, and foundation classes at Kennesaw State University.