Sandy Hooper’s camera brings you inside the fairs with interviews featuring Atlanta artists and gallery owners.
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Armed with a glow stick and official street map, the gallery owner named “Gray Cube” braves the crowds in downtown Atlanta.
Gray Cube Gallery sets a new standard for uniqueness in Alex Robins’s new series of animated satire.
Check out this promo video by Max McDonough for a glimpse at what’s in store for this year’s big event in Castleberry Hill!
Spelman’s Andrea Barnwell Brownlee recounts her experience on the first-ever American team to curate at the Havana Biennial.
Check Saturday, July 7, for live streaming footage of Anya Liftig’s performance for Flux Projects!
Galleries talks often involve philosophical name dropping. Ever get annoyed at the pronunciations? (Bonus video!)
Justin Weaver’s promo video has left our editor speechless.
The winners are Jason Kofke, “Norbert,” and Nathan Sharrat. See all three videos here in one place!
Professor and painter-provocateur Craig Drennen explains why Art Basel is such a great opportunity for Atlanta’s artists.
Interviews with curator Dan Cameron, founder of Prospect New Orleans, and Atlanta native John Otte, curator of The Pearl.
The most stunning, physically imposing, and technically virtuoso parts of Dawn DeDaux‘s project for Prospect.2 are also the most difficult to photograph. As you enter the open-air courtyard of the Brulatour Mansion at 520 Royal Street, with nothing but a dark sea of stars overhead, your senses might need a moment to appreciate the creeping, [...]
Click below for a BURNAWAY video produced by Sandy Hooper with interviews by Susannah Darrow and Laura Hennighausen. Special thanks to Monica Campana for giving us the tour!
See below for the video, “Postcards from Atlanta Galleries We Miss,” edited and directed by John Duke and featuring Jeremy Abernathy and Mike Germon (or click here for the link). Memorial Drive is a collaborative series by BURNAWAY and ArtsCriticATL about the history of the arts in Atlanta.