Max Eternity is a visionary artist, writer and historian. He’s exhibited in group and solo shows across the U.S., and in 2020, Eternity was invited by the European Cultural Centre to exhibit his architectural drawings and models in Biennale Architettura 2021 — La Biennale di Venezia. Eternity’s also a contributing author to a book on socioeconomics, entitled At Issue: Poverty in America, which is held in 200 public and college libraries. In his role as preservationist, Eternity submitted the successful 2010 nomination to the World Monuments Fund (WMF) for the Marcel Breuer designed Atlanta-Fulton Central Public Library — which set precedent as the youngest public building listed on the oldest international historic preservation registry. In 2017, one of Eternity’s furniture designs was included in the Oceanco Summer Showcase Magazine published for the Monaco Yacht Show. A native of Atlanta, Eternity has lived in New York City, San Francisco and Seattle, and returned to Atlanta in 2020 with his pet chickens, Ella and Chanel, and his dog, Flipper. In 2020, Eternity was given “Patent Pending” status for one of his inventions related to energy efficiency, and his current book projects include From Bauhaus | To Black Mountain, The Art of Liberation: War and Social Change in the Western World – 1915 to 1965, and Beyond Oppression: Colonization and the Language of Heroes.