Zoe Ariyama contextualizes the permanence of pottery in her review of Katherine Choy: Radical Potter in 1950s New Orleans at the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA).
Justin Chance visits the studio of Atlanta-born painter Jay Payton, Burnaway’s selected artist for presentation at NADA Miami 2022.
Nicole Martinez considers the work of Joaquín Stacey-Calle at Laundromat Art Space in this Oolite x BA piece.
Studying immigration pathways and borderlands, Noah Simblist meditates on the usage of water as a liminal space in the work of Kuwaiti-Puerto Rican artist Alia Farid.
Lisa Slominski visits Minnie Evans rainbow visions in this NONHUMAN theme story.
Editor Jasmine Amussen recounts a spring in Mississippi and the waters that move thru us and the Legacies of the Great Migration at Mississippi Museum of Art.
Shannon Cynowa studies the botanic resonances in two projects by cross-disciplinary fiber artist Aaron McIntosh, creator of Invasive Queer Kudzu.
MJ Sanqui parses through the residue of human development in their review of NCMA’s recent photography exhibition, The Altered Environment, curated by Maya Brooks
Lina Alam considers bottle caps, St. John the Baptist Church in San Juan Chamula and climate change through the work of interdisciplinary artist Ana Hernandez in New Orleans.