Lonnie Holley

New Frequencies at McColl Center / Music

$10 McColl Center Member
$14 Non-member
Doors open at 7 PM

Lonnie Holley is a visual artist and musician based in Atlanta. His art and music, born out of struggle, hardship, but perhaps more importantly, out of furious curiosity and biological necessity, has manifested itself in drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, performance, and sound. His music and lyrics are improvised on the spot, and morph and evolve with every performance. The layers of sound in Holley’s music, likewise, are the result of decades of evolving experimentation. 

▶ Lonnie Holley “From the Other Side of the Pulpit”:

Holley performs regularly across Europe and the United States, including most recently with Bon Iver in Brooklyn, and was part of the Blues for Smoke exhibition in 2013 at the Whitney Museum of American Art. He has been the subject of major retrospectives at Birmingham Museum of Art, Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, and Atlanta Contemporary Art Center.

Lonnie Holley, the Insider’s Outsider (The New York Times)
▶ Lonnie Holley “All Rendered Truth” (sampled on Bon Iver’s album, 22, A Million):

New Frequencies at McColl Center showcases innovative and exciting performances from today’s most adventurous creators and acclaimed artists. Selected “Best New Arts Programming” by Charlotte Magazine in 2016: “Here, the future of art is on display.”

Image: © Tim Duffy 2016 / Courtesy of Lonnie Holley