Atlanta artists Meg Aubrey and Christina Price Washington email about grass and mining other suburban symbols.
Category Archive ‘OPINION’
Stuart Horodner and Craig Drennen have an early morning chat around their recent trips to NYC during Armory fair week.
Rachel Reese and Lilly Lampe analyze the photographs of Clifford Owens, Laurel Nakadate, and Alix Pearlstein, all recently exhibited at the ACAC.
02/27/13 BOOM City: A Liveblogged Experience
What was it like to really experience BOOM City? Jessica Blankenship tells us.
Daniel Gerwin reports from Philadephia on PAFA’s recent public forum on gender and race in contemporary art, featuring Ken Johnson.
Big names, big art, big museum, big crowds. Exit, as they say, through the gift shop.
Alan Avery, Atlanta galleriest for over 30 years, weighs in on the current debates surrounding recent closings in the commercial gallery landscape.
Our esteemed guest writer returns with his take on the role of ‘community’ and how the democracy of art can take a wrong turn.
This two-part series asks tough questions and searches for historical context for recent controversies over public art.
A concerned reader and law school student responds to recent media coverage with criticism of her own.
What does art outside the gallery promote that art inside a gallery does not?