Ian Carstens considers the interwoven themes of remembrance and cultural critique in Barthélémy Toguo’s Urban Requiem at the SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah.
Annie Moye visits What is Left Unspoken, Love at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.
In this theme story, Jasmine Amussen revels in the pagan delights of Southeastern Conference mascots.
María Emilia Fernández Nadurille considers the role of the artist as witness at the Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas, Austin.
In this essay from Treasure, Monica Uszerowicz considers Natalia Lassalle-Morillo’s film Retiro. Translation from English to Spanish by Raquel Salas Rivera.
Tara Stickley visits the brutal and beautiful work of Luis Cruz Acazeta at the Ogden Museum, New Orleans.
Delving into the archives of Black feminist performance art, Brandee Newkirk finds timely critique of Black female abjection in artistic society and the larger social world in Lorraine O’Grady’s current retrospective at the Weatherspoon Art Museum.
Focusing on a recently closed exhibition at Ten Nineteen in New Orleans, Katie Geha considers the photographs of Nancy Rexroth from her pioneering 1977 IOWA series.
Madeleine Seidel visits Nikita Gale’s END OF SUBJECT at the new David Zwirner outpost 52 Walker, New York.