We sat down with the art historian and author of “Exhibiting Blackness: African Americans and the American Art Museum ” to discuss race, museums, and the art world.
The Nashville artist and musician talks about his predilection for painting on any available surface, promiscuous painting, and what soup and truffles have to do with art.
Andy Ditzler’s Film Love series embarks on a yearlong re-presenting of the 1980s cable access series, drawn from the archives of Emory University.
The artistic director of the New Orleans triennial discusses how the citywide art event remains relevant ten years after Hurricane Katrina and how artists have responded to the city’s complex past and political present.
The museum director and curator of 21c Museum Hotel talks about overseeing a museum-quality collection distributed among seven, soon to be nine, boutique hotels.
The Bulgarian-born, New York-based artist and designer talks about the development of her graphic style and her determination to use her art to speak out on social issues.
What motivates art collectors? We asked a handful of passionate art lovers about their collecting habits.
The experimental photographer brings his “1864” series to Atlanta. Based on Civil War photographs taken by George Barnard, the photos are made using peach pie ingredients.
The Artnet News critic talks about his time in Atlanta and the Dana Schutz controversy in New York.
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.
A conversation with artist Daniel Arsham about the influences behind his new exhibition, which range from Japanese Zen to sci-fi.
The owner of a contemporary art gallery, which has craft and tourist art galleries as its neighbors, talks about how it fits in the local scene.
Randall Suffolk has been the executive director of the High Museum of Art for a year now, so we thought it’d be a good time to check in with him. We met with Suffolk on November 9 and talked about Atlanta, his accomplishments so far, and what we can anticipate from the museum over the…
What’s the number one rule of collecting art? Buy art you love. Ignore the rule, and your collection can become just another lifeless financial investment. Live by the rule, and your collection can be like Jane Cofer’s. Cofer has been collecting photography for about 25 years. Her first piece was a Berenice Abbott image that…
In 2012, Nashville photographer Christine Rogers went to Northern India on a Fulbright grant to explore a rather idiosyncratic aspect of the tourism industry. The region is hailed as the Switzerland of India for its likeness to the Swiss Alps. It contains numerous hill stations — towns that served as summer capitals for the provinces…
We met with German photographer Thomas Struth as he was installing his new exhibition “Nature and Politics” at the High Museum of Art. The show, which opens on Sunday, October 16, features 30 medium- to large-scale works. Photographed in such locales as Disneyland in Anaheim, California, Cape Canaveral in Florida, various physics and robot labs…
Donna Woodley is a Nashville painter whose obsession with faces extends beyond the surface. In painting people she knows, she represents their emotional states–who they are and why they are. On the way there, she brings up a host of other issues: internalized attitudes about race and gender, assumptions we make about names, and what…