Echo Contemporary presents new bodies of work by five artists in distinct solo exhibitions

Honey Pierre’s “All Together Now” series invokes our day-to-day after we shut out the world. (Courtesy of Honey Pierre)

A diverse slate of solo exhibitions is on view at Echo Contemporary Museum, with five artists presenting new bodies of work in various mediums, from painting to textiles to cut paper, clay sculpture and some in between. The artists include Angela Davis Johnson, Tracy Murrell, Allen Peterson and Jena Dost — as well as the Atlanta-based painter and fabric artist Honey Pierre.

In this interview, “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes speaks with artist Honey Pierre and Echo Contemporary curator Jessica Helfrecht about the exhibit.

Honey Pierre’s “All Together Now” is on view alongside four other solo exhibitions at Echo Contemporary Museum through September 9.  More information is available here.