This two-part series asks tough questions and searches for historical context for recent controversies over public art.
Archive Content by Tag ‘Joe Tsambiras’
While Joshua Sanders and Colin Denlea were on a 2007 humanitarian trip in Cairo, Egypt, something happened that sparked the creation of the nonprofit Trashwater. There, the pair was warned to avoid drinking the tap water, as it was unfit for consumption. Unfortunately, Sanders did not fully understand the importance of the advice and, after [...]
Update: BURNAWAY revisited the Living Walls murals in October of 2010. Click here to read what Santiago Junca and Karen Tauches had to say! One remarkable detail of the symposium portion of Living Walls occurred to me as I stood outside the auditorium. As I skulked about the courtyard of Georgia Tech’s College of Architecture [...]
Collaborative art projects are the order of the day in Atlanta. You can’t swing a brush in this town without hearing someone’s emphatic description of the “awesome” new project, art show, or performance they’re cooking up with other local creatives. And, really, why shouldn’t it be like that? Funding is hard to come by, let [...]
05/01/09 To Do List
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01/01/09 Our Favorite Things: 2008
Burn Away asked 10 Atlanta artists, curators, and reviewers to describe their “most inspiring” local art exhibition or event of the year. Contributors include Emily Amy, Mike Germon, Matt Haffner, Jerry Cullum, Robert Cheatham, Michi, Dosa Kim, Jason Parker, Stephanie Dowda, and Cinqué Hicks.
11/07/08 To Do List
We here at Burn Away are certainly no strangers to the concept of “so much to do, so little time.” Every week there are multiple offerings around the city, and everything always seems to happen at the same time. To try and prevent your distress, we have compiled a list of what we believe to [...]