- Attention Artists: 2015 Hudgens Prize Competition About to Open
- Studio Visit: S. Patricia Patterson
- The High Receives $2.5 Million For Folk Art
- The Inaugural Florida Prize in Contemporary Art, in Orlando
- Is Feminism a Dirty Word in Art?
- Hot Off the Press! BURNAWAY #2
- Art as Books, Books as Art
- Mason Murer Is Moving, Promises Better Parking
- “Art Is A Context Sport”: Q&A with Pastiche Lumumba
- “Second Life” and the Taxidermic Gaze, in Louisville
I had a chance to meet up with my friend and former roommate S. Patricia Patterson...
The Florida Prize in Contemporary Art is a new $20,000 award with an accompanying exhibition at...
Atlanta-based artist Jessica Caldas took her first foray into curating with the show “Sense of Self” at the...
For Immediate Release: August 26, 2014 Hot Off the Press! BURNAWAY #2: EXCHANGE BURNAWAY #2 Regular...
We have finally arrived at that point in time where the basic concept of a book...
Pastiche Lumumba, an Atlanta-based artist, curator, and cofounder, in 2013, of the LOW Museum. He is interested...
Attention Artists: 2015 Hudgens Prize Competition About to Open
Applications are about to open for the 2015 Hudgens Prize,...
- August 29, 2014
The High Receives $2.5 Million For Folk Art
The future of the High Museum of Art’s folk art...
- August 28, 2014
“Art Is A Context Sport”: Q&A with Pastiche Lumumba
Pastiche Lumumba, an Atlanta-based artist, curator, and cofounder, in 2013, of the LOW Museum. He is interested in contexts that shift between the high brow and low brow, as mediated...
- by Meredith Kooi - Posted August 22, 2014
“Second Life” and the Taxidermic Gaze, in Louisville
The group exhibition “Second Life,”explores the use of animal imagery in contemporary art. On view at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft through August 31, the show, curated by...
- by Joshua Hamilton - Posted August 21, 2014
Traces of the Past: Segregation at the Fox Theatre
Physical remnants of segregation are rarely discernible today. Separated water fountains have been removed, replaced by concrete and a fresh coat of paint. Entrance signs marked “Colored” are now...
- by Anabella Jean-Laurent - Posted August 20, 2014
Identity Concealed in Paint: Carrie Moyer at SCAD Museum
Viewers who already know Carrie Moyer’s body of work will find the exhibition “Carrie Moyer: Pirate Jenny” comforting in its familiarity—it is host to Moyer’s characteristic fluid forms, bold...
- by Yves Jeffcoat - Posted August 19, 2014
Native Son: Joe Leavenworth Looks for His Southern Roots
Over the past five years, New York-based photographer Joe Leavenworth has documented his intermittent travels throughout Georgia and the American South, and Native Son—published by the Brooklyn-based VUU this...
- by Charlie Tatum - Posted August 18, 2014
Pam Longobardi Appears On Sierra Club’s Magazine Cover
When editors at Sierra, the magazine of the venerable Sierra Club, were looking for art for the cover of the 2014 September/October issue, they contacted Atlanta artist Pam Longobardi....
- by Sally Hansell - Posted August 14, 2014
Collecting: How Art Consultants Help Local Art Scenes Grow
“Artists aren’t often appreciated in their home base.” I am sitting with Anne Lambert Tracht over tea in her stunning midcentury modern home; feeling equal parts encouraged and disappointed...
- by Kelly Kristin Jones - Posted August 14, 2014