Burnaway announces its yearly magazine themes: Knock Knock, Crush, and Twang.
Burnaway announces Amarie Gipson, Robert Alan Grand, Kristina Kay Robinson, and Natalie Willis Whylly as new Editors-at-Large Team.
Burnaway announces the promotion of Courtney McClellan as Editor. “I am committed to an artist-led editorial agenda that is both accessible and experimental because I passionately believe these objectives are complimentary, not mutually exclusive.”
In this final roundup, Burnaway staff look back at their favorite exhibitions of 2023 and what they are most looking forward to in 2024.
From North Carolina to Kentucky, Noah Rawlings goes on an adventure to find the dwindling dogtrots in the American South, in this Burnaway revisitation of our 2022 Artist Environments theme series.
Burnaway revisits Claudia Mattos’ investigation of Miami-based artist Ricardo E. Zulueta and his cyborg-like ambiguation of images in this NONHUMAN theme story.
In alignment with BA’s Current theme series, New Orleans Editor at Large Kristina Kay Robinson writes a letter to NOLA about ghosts, date palms, and the secrets this Gulf Coast city keeps.
Sidney Pettice dissects the tradition of dazzle camouflage through the lens of black masculinity and rap fashion in this Camouflage theme feature.
For Burnaway’s Camouflage theme series, BA’s Interim Editor Courtney McClellan recounts Thew Smoak’s Cruising Theory performance through the North Carolina woods.