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Permanent Art


Permanent art humanizes the vast scale of the Airport by immersing passengers in an environment that entices the senses. It serves as a soothing counterpoint to the often hectic travel experience. The inclusion of permanent art at the Airport started in 1979 when former Mayor Maynard Jackson commissioned 14 pieces for the new main terminal through the City of Atlanta's Percent for the Arts Ordinance. Since then the Airport Art Program collection has grown steadily, and today it contains more than 250 pieces. Works range from an impressive series of framed pieces by Georgia's top artists to monumental architecturally integrated art that for many define part of the Airport's character.

Main Terminal Art
Main Terminal and
T Gate Installations
Sky Train Station
Sky Train Station
Zimbabwe: A Tradition in Stone
Zimbabwe:
A Tradition in Stone
Walk Through Atlanta
A Walk Through Atlanta
History
Cicero On D
Cicero On D
Concourse E Art
Concourse E Art
Immigrations Corridor Art
Immigrations Corridor Art
Center Point Mosaics
Center Point Mosaics
Concourse F Terminal
Concourse F Terminal