- Leo Twiggs at Greenville County Museum of Art & Hampton III Gallery
- AUDIO: BURNAWAY at DBF / Lilly Lampe and Suzanne Mozes
- Artworks Engage Architecture at Virginia Tech’s Moss Arts Center
- Sherrick & Paul Gallery Opens in Nashville
- Sublime Sound: Janet Cardiff at the High
- Q&A: Gregory Green Talks to Budd Dees
- Jiha Moon To Represent Georgia in National Survey
- VIDEO: BURNAWAY’s Susannah Darrow at Emory University
- “Ebony Fashion Fair” Brought Haute Couture to African Americans
- Deadline is Friday for Emerging Art Writers Mentorship!
This essay is presented in partnership with Temporary Art Review, a platform for contemporary art criticism that focuses...
The Moss Arts Center at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University just celebrated its one-year anniversary...
Janet Cardiff’s The Forty Part Motet (A reworking of “Spem in Alium” by Thomas Tallis 1573)...
Gregory Green is internationally recognized for his challenging work and the numerous controversies it has spawned...
“Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair,” on view at the Museum of Design Atlanta...
APPLICATIONS DUE NOVEMBER 21 at 5PM! “International Art English—jargoned, easily mimicked, unintelligible, meaningless purple art-prose—is an emergency...
AUDIO: BURNAWAY at DBF / Lilly Lampe and Suzanne Mozes
In the spirit of our newest print edition, BURNAWAY #2: Exchange,...
- November 21, 2014
VIDEO: BURNAWAY’s Susannah Darrow at Emory University
BURNAWAY cofounder and executive director Susannah Darrow recently sat down...
- November 18, 2014
Review: Claire Rosen and Guillermo Srodek-Hart at Hagedorn
What struck me as I visited Hagedorn Foundation Gallery’s exhibition of photographers Claire Rosen and Guillermo Srodek-Hart, curated by Heidi Aishman, was the absence of human subjects, but they were neither...
- by Annabella Jean-Laurent - Posted November 6, 2014
Life Goes On in Photos by John E. Ramspott at Stan McCollum
John E. Ramspott’s “Not My Enemy: Photographs from Pakistan, Cambodia, and East Ukraine,” at Stan McCollum Gallery through November 22, illustrates a possible way of looking at information regarding...
- by Jerry Cullum - Posted November 5, 2014
Looking at Language in “Beyond the Vernacular,” at Mammal Gallery
Can you write a sentence without using texting language? Can people still have face-to-face conversations? Can the word “bitch” be used in a positive way? Are hashtag campaigns really...
- by Yves Jeffcoat - Posted November 3, 2014
Books: Gilda Williams’s How To Write About Contemporary Art
How do we define good art writing? What are some examples of art writing done well, and what purposes are served when we write about visual art? In her...
- by Joe Nolan - Posted November 3, 2014
Michael Shapiro to Leave High’s Top Post Next Summer
High Museum director Michael Shapiro will step down from his post when his contract ends on July 31, 2015. According to the press release, “Shapiro plans to remain active...
- by Stephanie Cash - Posted October 29, 2014
IN PRINT: Helping You, Helping Me—Artist Assistants
Assisting a professional artist is almost a rite of passage for emerging artists. The experience can range from running errands and bookkeeping to building crates for shipping and hands-on...
- by BURNAWAY Staff - Posted October 29, 2014
Collecting: Keeping It Close to Home—Larry Shapin and Ladonna Nicolas
Louisville’s citizens have an intense dedication to promoting what is unique about their culture and city, including its creative capital. It is no surprise, then, that Louisville has an...
- by Eileen Yanoviak - Posted October 28, 2014
Atlanta Artists Help Make Art From Trash, in St. Petersburg
Discarded plastic takes on a new life at Poynter Park in St. Petersburg, Florida, where aAnew artwork created by researchers, community leaders, and artists (including Atlanta-based artists Dena Light,...
- by Jacquelyn OCallaghan - Posted October 27, 2014