Every Tuesday, we catch up with the indefatigable Terry Kearns to see what he’s been up to, where he’s gone, and what and who he’s seen. If you don’t know Terry, he’s the bespectacled man with the tousled head of hair and an iPad in front of his face who can be seen buzzing around and…
Plough Gallery is an unexpected venue for contemporary art in rural Georgia. They recently reopened their doors with works by Kristy Hughes and Sean Hurley.
Who did Terry see this week? For starters, Amber Boardman, Krista Clark & Lauren Peterson, InKyoung Chun, Wihro Kim, Christopher Hall, and Yoon Nam.
A new public sculpture in Midtown Atlanta, by German artists Venske and Spänle, uses humor to deliver a message about car culture, and has been the subject of some ridicule for its phallic appearance.
Nashville’s “It City” status is endangering the creative communities that make it so appealing. Here’s what some artists are doing to keep the city livable for communities threatened by rapid growth and development.
BURNAWAY kicks off our new “Sketchbook” series, in which we’ll provide a peek into artists’ creative processes. Have you ever looked at an artist’s sketchbook? They can be an intimate look inside the mind of an artist. Sometimes an artist’s final work is clearly laid out in studies, and sometimes the final work looks nothing…
Our writer visited with Gabriel Dawe as he was installing one of his signature thread pieces at MOCA Jacksonville.
From huge parties to small house gallery shows, there was a lot of good art in Atlanta last week. Terry went to Atlanta Contemporary’s Art Party, Good Enough Gallery, Day & Night Projects, Chastain Arts Center, and Blue Mark Studios.
Some points for artists to consider before posting their artwork online, and what they can do if their work is unfairly copied.
We got a sneak peek in the studio of Yanique Norman of works that are now on view at Swan Coach House Gallery and Atlanta Contemporary.
Terry went to openings at Alan Avery Art Company, Mason Fine Art, and Swan Coach House Gallery, and took a “Day Trip” to Hartsfield-Jackson.
Artist Leticia Bajuyo transforms discarded CDs into magical installations and sculptures.
Terry Kearns is here to take care of your FOMO. This week: WAP Bash at MOCA GA, Swan Coach House Gallery Pop-up, Joe Dreher, Notch8, and Spalding Nix.
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 High Museum’s current exhibition of Andy Warhol prints and ephemera is surprisingly fresh.
Terry hit a number of Atlanta’s scrappier spaces this week, including Good Enough, Murmur, Hi-Lo Press and Centerform, in addition to the more established Kai Lin Fine Art.
Two exhibitions we think you should know about: “Pride of Place” at the New Orleans Museum of Art, and “To & Fro: Correspondence Art by Jack Logan & Kosmo Vinyl” at Lyndon House Arts Center in Athens, Georgia.
This week’s openings and visits include Pam Longobardi and Frank Webster at Hathaway, Erin Palovick at Made Again, Luminous Animals and Paul Collins at Whitespace, Elise Williams at AC Box Hole Gallery, and Jeremy Ray at Home Grown.