Atlanta-based photographic artists Sheila Pree Bright and Davion Alston discuss the history of civil rights photography and how they each approached making photographs of recent uprisings for racial justice.
Susan Mackey speaks with artist Nneka Kai about Odes, a series of performances staged this summer at “potent Black spaces” across Atlanta.
Anna Nelson-Daniel speaks with photographer Alex Harris about documenting independent film sets across the South and co-founding the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke.
South African artist, Igshaan Adams discusses identity, family, and ritual in an interview on the occasion of his solo exhibition in Savannah, GA.
Ben Beckett speaks with two founding members of the New Museum Union about what the union has achieved and how workers kept united while fighting for a fair contract.
Burnaway editor Logan Lockner speaks with Richmond-based artist Taylor Anton White ahead of the opening of his solo exhibition Free_Hotdog.pdf in New York.
Ryan Filchak speaks with Lexington-based artist Robert Beatty about translating his distinctive illustrations into sculptural forms in a new installation.
Editor Logan Lockner speaks with curator Hallie Ringle about relocating to Birmingham and organizing a forthcoming retrospective of works by the late artist Mavis Pusey.
Burnaway speaks with artist Davion Alston about his solo exhibition at Day & Night Projects, becoming suspicious of and bored with photography, and Atlanta’s changing identity.