Are Rudi Gernreich’s fashion designs simply charming and carefree, or is there something darker beneath the surface?
Archive Content from Sep 2012
In his welcoming remarks, Wabi Sabi‘s founder John Welker referred to the company’s recent performance at the Atlanta Botanical Garden as a “treasure hunt,” a promise well delivered in the whole feel of the evening. On arrival, visitors received maps of the garden with various locations and performance times marked out on them. There were [...]
Author Josh Russell discusses his career, his technique, and his view on public readings.
Four artists, Gyun Hur, Andre Keichian, Masud “MAO” Olufani, and Charlie Watts, will receive subsidized housing from TCP.
ATHICA’s new artistic director wants to expand notions local and global and what an art space can do beyond its walls.
Gray Cube Gallery sets a new standard for uniqueness in Alex Robins’s new series of animated satire.
Arthur Graces holds nothing back in photographing the humanism in presidential campaigns.
09/24/12 To Do List Through: October 1
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Jason Kofke, Chris Chambers, and Matt Whitehead make the most of Kibbee’s house-turned-gallery interior.
Amber Sparks explores color in visual art and the stories that arise from it.
Rebecca Dimling Cochran and Rainey Knudson talk shop to kick off this week’s critics conference at Emory.
Will America resist its obsession with comfort, contentment, and convenience to explore new frontiers in art and beyond?
Many pieces at Fibers subtly display social commentary and confront personal and historical pasts.