Dashboard Co-op reflects on their beginnings as they bustle about the downtown space for their exhibition Saturday, February 2.
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This two-part series asks tough questions and searches for historical context for recent controversies over public art.
Known for his energy and intellect, John Otte passed away in New Orleans on Wednesday.
Perhaps Atlanta’s most influential taste-maker for 30 years, Gold encourages young artists to be reformers and rabble-rousers
The curator of Young Blood Gallery shares her thoughts on the art of curating in this digital show of four artists.
Memorial Drive is a collaborative series by BURNAWAY and ArtsCriticATL about the history of the arts in Atlanta. Ralph David Abernathy Memorial Park sits at the intersection of Formwalt Street and Abernathy Boulevard, near Turner Field. Artwork by Emma Amos that is titled We Will Not Forget (1996) graces that corner lot. Unfortunately, I think [...]
We coo and kiss and speak in baby voices to the domesticated animals in our care. So the one thing they may want the most for Christmas is not a tiny sweater, but a shred of dignity. Along comes New York painter Kate Javens, anxious to put a gleam of sentience in the eyes and [...]
See below for upcoming grant deadlines, calls for proposals, and residency applications available (but not limited) to artists in Georgia.
For Stephanie Dowda, Echoes of the Sublime is about risk. And she doesn’t mean the kind of risk associated with shock and awe, but rather that, in curating this exhibition at Emily Amy Gallery, she’s making an effort to push the boundaries of the photographers and subjects that are commonly presented in Atlanta. With an [...]
On March 30, 2011, ART LIES magazine announced it would cease publication to take a “period of hiatus and reflection,” bringing over 15 years of service to an abrupt close. Beginning in 1994, ART LIES grew from a bimonthly journal focused on Houston into a smart, visually potent quarterly distributed across the United States, treading [...]
Folkert de Jong is a kind of modern-day Dutch master: His sculptures convert base materials into physically and philosophically complex work that is true to that legacy in both letter and spirit. Steeped in the rich history, politics, commerce, and art of the Netherlands, his work exhibits the acuity and practical ingenuity that have long [...]
04/06/11 Why do young artists leave Atlanta?
Seven artists with roots in Atlanta discuss their reasons for relocating, their new independent creative paths, and why they all wish there was more to come home for.
If you are like most humans living on earth, The Selby has never set foot in Your Place. But if you are sufficiently interesting, well-connected, and, above all, in possession of a certain creative panache, you may not want to rule out the possibility of a visitation.1 The Selby is in Your Place, showing at [...]
Dana Schutz burst onto the New York scene in 2002 with her brightly colored canvases in which malformed denizens act out strange scenes of violence, self-mutilation, and self-contemplation with an almost child-like innocence. Schutz was in Atlanta for the opening of Drawings & Prints, her exhibition at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center (ACAC), and was [...]