- Alex Katz Boosts the High’s Painting Collection
- Michael Shapiro to Leave High’s Top Post Next Summer
- Bojana Ginn: Recoding the Digital
- IN PRINT: Helping You, Helping Me—Artist Assistants
- Collecting: Keeping It Close to Home—Larry Shapin and Ladonna Nicolas
- Atlanta Artists Help Make Art From Trash, in St. Petersburg
- Martha Whittington Wins $10k Herradura Contest
- Theory in Studio: The Archive as Expressive Form
- Studio Visit: Carolyn Carr
- The Book Behind Prospect.3
A sunny spot amid the sad disputes, delays, and closures plaguing Atlanta’s cultural scene can be...
High Museum director Michael Shapiro will step down from his post when his contract ends on...
Digitally inflected art is both the result and victim of contemporary culture’s acceleration and continual technological...
Assisting a professional artist is almost a rite of passage for emerging artists. The experience can...
Louisville’s citizens have an intense dedication to promoting what is unique about their culture and city,...
The records of the past accumulate, piling higher each day, and as they do, artists scour...
Atlanta Artists Help Make Art From Trash, in St. Petersburg
Discarded plastic takes on a new life at Poynter Park...
- October 27, 2014
Martha Whittington Wins $10k Herradura Contest
Martha Whittington went home a happy woman last night, with...
- October 24, 2014
Lucinda Bunnen: The Center of the Cyclone, at Mason Murer
Years ago, I was standing next to Lucinda Bunnen at a crowded Friday night opening at Jackson Fine Art in Buckhead. Lucinda was taking snapshots with her small flash...
- by Chip Simone - Posted October 10, 2014
“Exquisite Exhibit”: An Exercise in Collaboration at ACAC
Imagine it’s the early 1920s and you’re playing a traditional “parlor game” with your Surrealist friends. One of them starts a sentence or begins the first illustrative lines of...
- by Sherri Caudell - Posted October 9, 2014
NYC’s A.I.R. Gallery Appears at Nashville’s Ground Floor Gallery
Anyone questioning Nashville’s contemporary art chops would do well to check out “A.I.R. ReFreshed” at Ground Floor Gallery through October 17. Gallery owner and the show’s co-curator Janet Decker...
- by Erica Ciccarone - Posted October 8, 2014
The Sound of Shredders: David Colagiovanni in Raleigh
Walking into Lump’s 19th season opener, David Colagiovanni’s The Shredder Sessions, viewers entered a performance space set with fire bells, fans, microphone stands, prepared chord organs, colorful paper rolls,...
- by Kellie Bornhoft - Posted October 8, 2014
A Better Reality: Ruud van Empel at Jackson Fine Art
Dutch artist Ruud van Empel first achieved international acclaim in 2006, when his bold photocollages were featured in the exhibition “Picturing Eden,” curated by Deborah Klochko of the George Eastman House...
- by Jeff Stafford - Posted October 7, 2014
Coming Soon! BURNAWAY’s Artist Statement Writing Workshop
“My work explores the relationship between emerging sexualities and vegetarian ethics. With influences as diverse as Derrida and John Lennon, new synergies are crafted from both explicit and implicit...
- by BURNAWAY Staff - Posted October 2, 2014
Lucinda Bunnen Juries Show at ATL Photo Group Gallery
Lucinda Bunnen suspects that Atlanta photographers expect her to have traditional tastes. Grand matriarch of photographic...
- by Matthew Terrell - Posted October 1, 2014
Three New Residents and A Party for The Creatives Project
Atlanta’s Creatives Project, a nonprofit art organization established in 2007, recently announced the artists selected for its second biennial Artist-in-Residency program, which offers studio space as well as housing....
- by Jacquelyn OCallaghan - Posted October 1, 2014