This Midtown condo has a $200k pop-up gallery in it

Each weekend, the staff at 1065 Midtown open an art gallery high above Atlanta in a million-dollar condo.

The works that adorn the walls, corners and crannies are on loan from the Marcia Wood Gallery and include a rhino made entirely from live ammunition and dozens of other installations, paintings, portraits and sculptures. In total, the space has a collection worth more than $200,000 on display.

The Marcia Wood Gallery specializes in "contemporary artists of exceptional merit who range the spectrum from ground breaking young artists with emerging careers to internationally established masters," according to their site, and the sorts of works on display at the pop-up gallery reflect that broad niche.

There are simple charcoal animal prints − the sort of thing one might find in any art school portfolio. And then there's the more unique, masterful works like a rock wall and endangered species sculptures made from bullets.

And as for pop up galleries in private, million-dollar residences, it doesn't hurt that the condo is for sale. The residences at 1065 Midtown access the same amenities as the guests of the Loew's Hotel on Peachtree Street though they utilize private entrances and elevators. The going rate for a condo at the newish building: $990,000.

Though living at 1065 is pricey, enjoying the eclectic art exhibit is free.

The gallery is open from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday's and Sunday's in January and February, and the residences are available until sold. To see for yourself, simply park your whip at the Loew's valet and ask to see the gallery at 1065 Midtown. Or, to schedule a private tour, call 404-410-4481.

For more information on the art at 1065 or any of Marcia Woods two other galleries, email

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