- Meatyard’s Photos of Merton, at Institute 193 in Lexington
- Blake Beckham of the Lucky Penny Premieres Dearly Departures
- Flux Night Scores with Nato Thompson
- From the Editor’s Desk: On Conflicts of Interest and Glass Houses
- WonderRoot CSAs Grow Atlanta Art
- Adrienne Outlaw’s Sweet Demise
- Pre-Pong to Halo: New Film Traces the History of Video Games
- Bernd Oppl’s Surreal Interiors Come Alive, in Athens
- Q&A with South African Artist Sam Nhlengethwa
- 2014-15 Working Artist Fellows Announced at MOCA GA
In the mid-20th century, central Kentucky experienced a renaissance when a prominent milieu of artists, writers,...
Blake Beckham, choreographer and co-artistic director of the Lucky Penny, will premiere her latest evening-length...
Summer 2014 may well be remembered as the Summer of Sugar. Kara Walker’s monumental installation A Subtlety,...
Atlanta’s video game fans are expected to drop their controllers on Friday, July 18, as they...
“Inhabited” is usually a reassuring word. The works in “Bernd Oppl: Inhabited Interiors” at the Georgia...
South African artist Sam Nhlengethwa (b. 1955) had his first U.S. museum show, “Life, Jazz and...
2014-15 Working Artist Fellows Announced at MOCA GA
Jonathan Bouknight, Sarah Emerson, and Sheila Pree Bright were announced as the three new Working Artist Project fellows at a reception this evening at the Museum of Contemporary...
- by Stephanie Cash - Posted July 15, 2014
Merging Observation and Perception, Katie Ridley and Jason Murphy at Beep Beep
When I saw the show New Drawings, Prints, and Books, featuring works by Jason Murphy and Katie Ridley Murphy, at Beep Beep Gallery , the first things...
- by Yves Jeffcoat - Posted July 15, 2014
Modernist Wynn Bullock’s Scenes of the Unreal, at the High
Midway through the “Wynn Bullock: Revelations” exhibition at the High Museum of Art, you’ll spy Child in Forest, a landscape image made in 1951 and featuring the doll-like nude...
- by Amanda Arnold - Posted July 15, 2014
Talking Heads: Leaving Atlanta In Pursuit of an MFA
We asked Andre Keichian and Nikita Gale (a BURNAWAY board member) to discuss their decisions to pursue an MFA and to do it somewhere other than Atlanta. Coincidentally, both are...
- by Nikita Gale and Andre Keichian - Posted July 13, 2014
Habersham Mills Brings High Art to the Hinterlands (well, Demorest)
Having enough space is a critical issue for most artists, especially for those scraping it out expensively in cities like Chicago and New York. Long gone are the days of...
- by Karen Tauches - Posted July 12, 2014
A New Generation of Chinese Art Visits Tampa and St. Petersburg
“My Generation,” critic, writer, curator and journalist Barbara Pollack’s expansive exhibition at the Tampa Museum of Art and the St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts (through September 28) salutes...
- by Lilly Wei - Posted July 10, 2014
Emily J. Gomez Exposes Our Neglect of Native American Sites
In the introduction to the first book in his 20-volume photographic study, The North American Indian, Edward S. Curtis wrote that the objective of the work was to document...
- by Jeff Stafford - Posted July 9, 2014