Madeleine Seidel profiles the recent work of photographer Lucas Blalock whose unnerving images unpack a childhood trauma at Dinsey World.
Editor and artist Kristina Kay Robinson mediates on her personal history in New Orleans through the sonic relationships between Sade’s Love Deluxe and bounce music.
Erin Jane Nelson leads a roundtable discussion with three artists working in the state of Georgia: Suzanne Jackson, Yanique Norman, and Katya Tepper.
Curator Daniel Fuller takes in the enormity of the late David Driskell’s work at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta.
Rebecca Brantley visits Of Care and Destruction and Virtual Remains, the 2021 Atlanta Biennial curated by Dr. Jordan Amirkhani and TK Smith.
Julia Elizabeth Neal visits Emma Amos’ Color Odyssey in Athens and considers what ‘color’ really means.
Adam Thibodeaux searches along digital trails for remnants of The Kingfish, a secretive nightclub in rural Louisiana.
Nelson outlines two decades of her experiences with “Art Internet,” charting a generational course from her peers on LiveJournal and DeviantArt in the early aughts to their influence and power in the art world today.
In this Letter From Atlanta, Jasmine Amussen drifts down Moreland Avenue, gets vaccinated and considers the best art made by committee.