- Chattanooga’s Hunter Invitational Focuses on Eight From the Region
- Fay Gold Puts Art First, Closes Gallery
- Three Critics Selected to Visit ATL and NOLA
- “Mark of the Feminine” Misses Its Mark, at the New Orleans CAC
- Sneak Peek of “State of the Art” at Crystal Bridges
- Lauren Ross Named Curator of ICA at VCU, Richmond
- Artists on Art—Mike Calway-Fagen: The Way of the Gun
- Talking Heads: Curtis Ames, Andrew Boatright & Kojo Griffin
- Q&A: John Q on Creating a Future History
- Art Papers Goes 3-D in Gallery Exhibition
All posts tagged "Roland Barthes"
The Fringe: Theaster Gates and the Politics of Staying
Theaster Gates reconfigures forlorn materials and taps into untold histories in projects such as the Black Cinema House.
- Posted September 13, 2012
Theory in Studio: Ode to Roland Barthes—Already Dead Not Yet Dead
In this installment of Theory in Studio, Alex Robins explores the works and contributions of Roland Barthes.
- Posted March 30, 2012
All Appropriation is Apropos
“We have a hunger for something like authenticity, but are easily satisfied by an ersatz facsimile.”—George Orwell Appropriation art began with Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso at the turn of the century, got hot again in the...
- Posted November 22, 2011
Back to the Future: The New Photograph Challenges Indexicality
Hagedorn Gallery’s current exhibition, The New Photograph, promises to show the viewer forward-thinking images that lead us into the future of photography, and it definitely delivers on this promise. This group exhibition of international photographers demands a...
- Posted October 20, 2011
Stansell Creates New Memories with The Water and the Blood
In her 1981 essay, “The Cyborg Manifesto,” Donna Haraway describes various dualities that disintegrate in contemporary society, particularly the distinction between organisms and machines as we use more and more technologies to augment our bodies (including pacemakers,...
- Posted October 5, 2011
For the Love of the Object! Save the Photographic Print
The annual Atlanta Celebrates Photography Photo Festival is just around the corner. In October a number of galleries will host a diverse collection of artists’ works while a series of discussions and lectures will bring up relevant...
- Posted August 25, 2011