Using Google images and a glitch aesthetic, the artist mines decades-old news and popular culture to make works that are fresh and at times dark.
Five Korean artists working in Georgia are brought together in a winning exhibition that defies cultural and aesthetic categories.
New York’s Daniel Bejar talks shop with Michael David Murphy as Georgia State’s exhibition brings together artists near and far.
Theron Humphrey takes photographs of the American landscape captured during many road trips with Maddie, his dog and companion.
Two staff members from the Hudgens Center discuss some background for the prize and how artists can apply.
Everyone please join us in cheering Rachel Reese in her promotion to Senior Editor!
Was painting the medium of choice in Miami this year? Our guests bring an artist’s eye to the conversation.
Our brand new challenge grant means that every dollar you donate this December will count double!
YB lives again! Three local lady-entrepreneurs team up to save the space and give MINT Gallery a fancy upgrade.
Debuting at February’s extravaganza in downtown Atlanta, a new round of 12 artists join the ranks of Dashboard Co-op.
The Mayan calendar’s doomsday won’t stop this fifth and final celebration themed after the Mexican Día de los Muertos.
Here’s a sampling of our audio interviews taken during FLUX Night, featuring Louis Corrigan, Wes Eastin, Emily Kempf, and more!
Our editor chats with curator Michael Rooks of the High Museum about the new exhibition opening Saturday, October 13.
Known for his energy and intellect, John Otte passed away in New Orleans on Wednesday.
Four artists, Gyun Hur, Andre Keichian, Masud “MAO” Olufani, and Charlie Watts, will receive subsidized housing from TCP.
Atlanta’s shining university will close its Department of Visual Arts along with several other departments and programs.
The series has electrified the local lit scene with new life and new blood. The battles continue this Wednesday, September 12!
Opening this Friday, September 7, Meg Aubrey’s new paintings hint at a new boldness in her portrayal of the suburban psyche.