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Archive Content from Aug 2010
Robert Gill, a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design-Atlanta, just completed a grueling nine-month thesis project titled Before or After Yourself that tried his body, mind, and skill in photography and digital media. Many thought he was crazy for enduring physical pain for the project, but now, with his newly svelte body, [...]
08/24/10 To Do List
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Nightmares of dolphins and sea turtles choking on oil loomed over our collective sleep this summer as the BP oil spill bled endlessly into the crystal waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Most of us were dependent on the media for images instead of seeing it for ourselves. The experience was rather surreal. Linda Armstrong’s [...]
The reviews below represent two opposing views. The first praises Chakaia Booker’s Sustain at the ACA Gallery of SCAD while the second criticizes the exhibition. Santiago Junca Chakaia Booker slices, bends, and reshapes tires to form beautiful intricate sculptures. Her abstract formations vary from organic blob-like creatures with tendrils to mirror-like frames and spinal structures [...]
The Southern landscape, renowned in literature as a backdrop for social relationships, comes to the fore in a new exhibition titled Through a Window of Paint: A Sampling of Southern Realistic Landscape Painters at Swan Coach House Gallery. The show concentrates on highly realistic paintings while including a variety of styles. With 28 works by [...]
Update: BURNAWAY revisited the Living Walls murals in October of 2010. Click here to read what Santiago Junca and Karen Tauches had to say! One remarkable detail of the symposium portion of Living Walls occurred to me as I stood outside the auditorium. As I skulked about the courtyard of Georgia Tech’s College of Architecture [...]
08/18/10 To Do List
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SlowExposures, the photography celebration in Pike County that focuses on images of the rural South, will offer its first photography portfolio review next month with an impressive panel including two luminaries from The New Yorker. Elizabeth Biondi, visuals editor at The New Yorker and the former director of photography at Vanity Fair, and Sylvia Plachy, [...]
To the dismay of some and the euphoria of others, Bravo’s ten-week pop-cultural experiment of bringing fine arts to the masses has drawn to a close. Work of Art began receiving lashings from the art world before the series even began, and I can’t say I completely disagree with some of the criticism. But as [...]
Der liebe Gott steckt im Detail—Aby Warburg It’s summer, and certainly time for a vacation. Perhaps you find yourself in that icon of Americana, Walt Disney World. Look up. There, the centerpiece of Magic Kingdom rises: Cinderella Castle. Disney officials cite the architecture of Versailles and Loire Valley chateaus as sources for the castle’s design. [...]
08/10/10 To Do List
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Click below to view footage from Salvador Dali: The Late Work at the High Musuem of Art. The exhibition opened Saturday, August 8, and continues through January 9, 2011.