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ATL wareHOUSE

Whatever you think of his housing product, John Wieland has extraordinary taste in art, as proven by wareHOUSE, his private, house-themed Atlanta museum. This week, ArtsATL delves into the 27,000-square-foot facility, which showcases 450 drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs and video art installations that include works by folk hero Howard Finster, Ansel Adams and graffitist Jean-Michel Basquiat. Located somewhere in Westside, wareHOUSE is open to arts groups only by appointment. [ArtsATL]