Jiha Moon discusses collecting, desire, and how physical process informs her work at her new Goat Farm studio.
Archive Content by Tag ‘painting’
The veteran artist returns with new paintings and sculptures full of captivating details and ghostly glows.
Currently showing in Atlanta and Columbus, Georgia, this abstract painter’s recent series reflects on 25 years of work.
Opening this Thursday, Sarah Emerson’s new exhibition examines the darkness humans often read into natural landscapes.
Shara Hughes, painter and founder of SEEK ATL, discusses her time away and return to Atlanta.
Click the player above to listen now, or click here to download the audio file. Special thanks to AM 1690, The Voice of the Arts, our partners in producing ARTSpeak with BURNAWAY. The radio program broadcasts over the airwaves every Tuesday between 8-8:30AM and between 6-6:30PM. Episode 28: Artist Doug Weathersby of Environmental Services calls [...]
Chop, chop. Chop, chop, chop. “I literally just see them as pigments and as my palette to create an image or a visual phenomenon on the floor or in the space,” said Gyun Hur. Chop, chop. Boxes of silk flowers cover a table surrounded by two women and two men. They chop the flowers using [...]
Jiha Moon has described herself as “a painter’s painter,” one whose gestural yet meticulously worked paintings are also cartographic exercises. Taking landscape as her point of radical departure, Moon builds her works with energetic and at times contemplative brush work along with a heavy dose of far-ranging iconography that induces a sense of the familiar [...]
“Nothing is wasted; everything is transformed.” I stared at that phrase in Pilar Martínez‘s artist statement for a while. I didn’t know what to think of it at first, but, as I walked through Martínez’s solo exhibition Unplugged at Dewberry Gallery in Midtown, the statement kept returning to my mind. I thought I would see [...]
The article below comprises two parts, beginning with a transcribed interview with Michael Rooks of the High Musuem and ending with an opinion essay on the work of Kehinde Wiley.
08/03/09 Yi-Hsin Tzeng: Flow at Trois Gallery
The other day I was discussing with a friend the success of artwork that attempts to represent the dislocation experienced by immigrants. My friend was searching for a visual analogy for the process (or, rather, over-criticizing the aptness or her own experience as a transplant), and mentioned packing—an image that epitomizes the in-between feeling that [...]