“I love seeing the birth of news ideas when I’m collaborating with different artists.”
“You have to recognize that an image can be representative of everything that was happening [at a certain moment], and that it can truly emanate an atmosphere of the time during which it was made.”
Lunches With Artists, interviews by Gyun Hur, are sponsored by Tin Drum Cafe. Tin Drum is a fast casual, pan-Asian restaurant based in Atlanta. With 12 locations throughout the city, and surrounding metro areas, they aim to serve fast and fresh food fit for pedestrians and kings. Lunches With Artists = a series of lunches +…
The last year has been turbulent for Atlanta galleries. With multiple closings, including stalwarts like the Solomon Projects, Young Blood, Emily Amy Gallery, Kiang, and the rise of Internet’s use in selling art, many have come to doubt the effectiveness and necessity of a physical space. There are many, however, that have kept their doors…
Rocio Rodriguez has been an active part of the Atlanta arts community for the past 25 years. Atlanta has watched her work meander between representational and non-narrative, and move everywhere in between. A private woman, Rodriguez has spent most of her long career avoiding personal spotlight. However, we convinced the Cuban native to meet with…
Karley Sullivan sits down with C4 Atlanta to discuss arts professionalism, funding, and sustainability in both our city and the greater marketplace.
“—the physical relationship that I have with the objects that I’m producing right now, and being able to use my body as a tool.”
The Atlanta Zine Fest creator discusses the recent two day event and its DIY philosophy.
“In the studio, I want to look out and lose the awareness of my external self to enter into making the work.”
Scott Ingram talks about growing up in Iowa, learning from masters of design, and his Modern Atlanta DESIGN IS HUMAN presentation.
Find the interview reproduced in Modern Atlanta’s 2013 publication, pages 139-140.
“Driving down the street, in the deep woods of residential Buckhead, Peter Bahouth’s mailbox appears at the edge of a dark green emptiness.”
This month we cover New Orleans for our 500 Mile Radius programming!
Presented in partnership with BOMB Magazine online, Andrew Alexander speaks with Lauri Stallings.
Ridley Howard speaks with Jackie Saccoccio about her process, recent shifts, influences, and working in Rome.
Lyle Ashton Harris’s exhibition, Accra My Love, at the Zuckerman Museum of Art at KSU, closes today.
Three artists, all currently in Provincetown, MA, discuss the equilibrium of objecthood, thingness, and the philosophical nature of duende.
Mexican filmmaker Carlos Reygadas’s latest film, Post Tenebras Lux, screening at the High Museum on April 27, will incite plenty of questions.