Artist Ethan Murrow, who creates large-scale photorealistic drawings, receives the museum’s second-annual prize for emerging artists.
In “Gut Feelings,” Zuckerman curator Sarah Higgins locates food and eating at the center of an exploration of desire, power, and gender.
A new residency program launched by a Georgia non-profit aims to give more opportunities to local artists.
Artist Paul Pfeiffer, current Dodd Chair at UGA’s Dodd School of Art, speaks with BURNAWAY about horror movies, living in the South, and his recent work.
WHEN: Monday, April 3, 6:30-8 pm WHERE: The Goat Farm Arts Center, Suite 107 1200 Foster St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318 For the next meeting of BURNAWAY’s Art Magazine Reading Group, we’ll discuss a selection of articles from three digital magazines: e-flux Journal, Triple Canopy, and 4Columns. e-flux began as a mailing list in 1998 as artists and curators started…
The Hambidge Creative Hive will provide studio and exhibition space at Colony Square for a dozen artist teams from April until June.
Trinidad-born artist Kellie Romany wins the $10,000 prize given annually by the Forward Arts Foundation and Swan Coach House Gallery.
Conyers-based artist Saige Rowe performs in vibrant, texturally rich videos shown in exhibitions in Atlanta and New York.
A conversation with artist Daniel Arsham about the influences behind his new exhibition, which range from Japanese Zen to sci-fi.
Davis, author of 9.5 Theses on Art and Class, will discuss changing ideas about art as a status symbol since the 1960s.
Our 6th annual Art Crush Auction continues online for a limited time.
The $25,000 prize this year goes to Spelman College alum Naima Keith, the deputy director of exhibitions and programs at the California African American Museum.
MOCA Jacksonville finds a new leader with international and university experience.
The timely exhibition “Border Cantos” features photos by Richard Misrach of the US/Mexico border, and sound sculptures by Guillermo Galindo.
WHEN: NEW DATE! Monday, February 20, 6:30-8pm WHERE: The Goat Farm Arts Center, Suite 107 1200 Foster St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318 Each month, BURNAWAY’s Art Magazine Reading Group meets to discuss an art magazine they’ve read cover to cover. It’s like book club, but with beer and criticism. It’s free and open to the public….
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco—comprising both the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park and the Legion of Honor in Lincoln Park—have announced their acquisition of sixty-two works of art by African American self-taught artists from the Atlanta-based Souls Grown Deep Foundation‘s William S. Arnett Collection. The acquisition consists of paintings, sculptures, drawings,…
When it comes to collecting art, there’s an assumption that a lot of money is needed to get started. Furniture designer and carpenter Jacob Anderson proves otherwise. Following a long tradition of artists who trade art among themselves, Anderson barters his skills, space, and furniture for artworks that he loves. Originally from Maine, Anderson developed…
Candice Greathouse will be leaving her position as MINT’s Gallery & Creative Director, effective January 31, in order to focus on her art practice and independent projects. Greathouse received an MFA in photography in 2012, and an MA in contemporary art history in 2014, both from Georgia State University. Greathouse, who has been with MINT since 2014 and was…