Atlanta, Georgia

Dashboard Co-op

Atlanta, Georgia

An experimental curatorial project, Dashboard Co-op ignites raw space with contemporary art.  Producing exhibitions of fine art in dynamic, neglected properties is our bag. We work with and for tenacious artists, imaginative property owners, and bold viewers. Each year, Dashboard Co-op accepts 10–12 artists, who are invited to create a body of work that challenges their practice for an annual exhibition. Following the annual show, the organization mounts 2–4 smaller, thematic exhibitions per year in Atlanta or beyond. Of the 14 exhibitions hosted in vacant properties since 2010, 11 former venues now house thriving businesses. Prioritizing both art and experience, Dashboard Coop has also been a springboard for the careers of 51 artists to date and has received accolades for its revitalization work and curatorial vision. 

Photo: Batterman Photography

Jason Peters, “PLEXUSat Nexus, Sexus, Plexus presented by Dashboard Co-op. Photo: Batterman Photography

Greber

Dave Greber, “Untitled” at COSMS presented by Dashboard Co-op (2014). Photo: Batterman Photography

White Water Cooler

Nikita Gale, “Hey, how’s it goin?” at 100,000 Cubicle Hours curated by Courtney Hammond and Beth Malone at Atlanta Contemporary Art Center (2012). Photo: Batterman Photography

Flibbotte

Patrick Flibbotte, “Boyeur Warehouse” at Modes of Operation presented by Dashboard Co-op (2011). Photo: Batterman Photography

Chambers

Chris Chambers, “powder room” at COSMS presented by Dashboard Co-op (2014). Photo: Batterman Photography

Lindsey Wolkowicz with Dillon Paul, “Untitled,” at COSMS presented by Dashboard Co-op (2014).  Photo: Batterman Photography