The Birmingham artist’s works demand close attention and attention to form.
Every Tuesday, we catch up with the indefatigable Terry Kearns to see what he’s been up to, where he’s gone, and what he’s seen. If you don’t know Terry, he’s the bespectacled man with the tousled head of hair and a camera in front of his face who can be seen buzzing around and through damn…
The North Carolina-born, Charleston-based artist was recognized by South Arts for his ephemeral sculptural environments in the landscape.
Your weekly virtual tour of exhibitions in the South.
Victoria Dugger’s biomorphic sculptures present alluring, grotesque distortions of the human form.
What has the intrepid Terry Kearns been up to?
Your weekly virtual tour of must-know-about shows in the South.
Charles Clary uses about 1,200 X-acto blades a year to create intricate, layered worlds using paper and found wallpaper. Born in Morristown, Tennessee, and based in Conway, South Carolina, he received his MFA in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2009, and his BFA from Middle Tennessee State University in 2004. In 2016,…
What was Terry up to this past week?
Coulter Fussell’s contemporary take on traditional quilt-making earned her the $10,000 second place prize in the new Southern Prize competition.
We continue our coverage of the Southern Prize finalists and winners with this studio visit with Masud Olufani, conducted well before the prize was announced. Click here to learn about the prize and see the work of top winner, Noelle Mason. In 2016, Masud Olufani declared his arrival as a visual arts tour de force in Atlanta…
This week Terry went to the Hambidge Art Auction at Colony Square, Daniel Biddy’s opening at Alan Avery, and Adam Swanson at Mason Fine Art, and checked out some endangered sculptures.
The new South Arts Southern Prize recognizes and supports visual artists in the nine states it serves.
P. Seth Thompson’s current show, “Insufficient Data for an Image” at Sandler Hudson Gallery received two polarized reviews, this one on ArtsATL by Meredith Kooi and this one on BURNAWAY by Jeremy Abernathy. Kooi’s review in particular sparked some dialogue that brought up larger issues about what it means to contribute to a “conversation.” For…
Lori Waxman, art critic for the Chicago Tribune, visits regional cities to deliver capsule reviews of local artists’ work.
Conyers-based artist Saige Rowe performs in vibrant, texturally rich videos shown in exhibitions in Atlanta and New York.
Director Robert Curran invites local artists to collaborate with the Louisville Ballet.
It is a strange time to be an artist in America. With the inauguration of our new leader-and-chief behind us and his administration aiming to destroy the National Endowment for the Arts, it is easy to feel like our creative efforts are futile and our artistic voices have fallen on deaf ears. The truth is,…