- Chaos and Transcendence: Caomin Xie at Fay Gold Gallery
- 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?
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- “Art Is A Context Sport”: Q&A with Pastiche Lumumba
All posts tagged "Noplaceness"
Pacific Standard Time: Could Atlanta Adapt Los Angeles’s Model?
On a recent trip to Los Angeles, I was able to see some of Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980, a cross-institutional series of exhibitions celebrating the history of contemporary art in L.A. The brainchild of...
- Posted December 13, 2011
Following the Publication of Noplaceness, What Happens Next?
This month Atlanta Art Now’s highly anticipated book Noplaceness: Art in a Post-Urban Landscape was published and made available for sale. Noplaceness is the first publication in what is to be a series discussing contemporary art with...
- Posted November 29, 2011
William Faulkner and BURNAWAY: Three Years of Inspiration
so vast, so limitless in capacity is man’s imagination to disperse and burn away the rubble dross of fact and probability, leaving only truth and dream — William Faulkner, Requiem for a Nun Grammar purists may quibble...
- Posted October 27, 2011
Nomadic Voices Find Harmony in near-inaccessible environs
Several years ago if you sorted through the commentary on the ARTNEWS listerv (which was the source for happenings in Atlanta’s arts communities) you might see an announcement for something called performances in near-inaccessible environs, public and...
- Posted September 15, 2011
The Fringe: Mapping Noplace in Atlanta Art Now
Kristin Juárez writes this edition of her monthly column, The Fringe, in collaboration with Rachel Chamberlain and Susannah Darrow. The upcoming inaugural volume of Atlanta Art Now, a biennial book series sponsored by Possible Futures, says a...
- Posted August 10, 2011