Jasmine Amussen is the editor of Burnaway.
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Jasmine Amussen reviews Mainly For Women, the exhibition of Polish artists now on view at SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah.
In this Letter From Atlanta, Jasmine Amussen drifts down Moreland Avenue, gets vaccinated and considers the best art made by committee.
Jasmine Amussen revisits the decadent Southern Gothic pleasures and rural realities of HBO’s True Blood.
Jasmine Amussen admires the subtle emotional expressiveness in seventeen sculptures by Luther Hampton on view in Memphis.
In isolation from her family, Jasmine Amussen searches for the comforts of home in country rap videos from across the South.
Under the shadow of ‘Megxit,’ Jasmine Amussen searches for fantasy in fashion and changes her mind about Virgil Abloh.
At the close of 2019, Jasmine Amussen follows up on her “Letter from Atlanta: Old Town Fury Road” and identifies what makes the song of the year timeless.
In this essay republished from last year, Jasmine Amussen considers the work of Native artist Hock E Aye VI, or Edgar Heap of Birds, and the annual National Day of Mourning on the fourth Thursday in November.