MaDora Frey speaks with Krista Clark about her new work in the New Museum Triennial.
On this Day of Mourning, we revisit Lisa Jaye Young’s interview with Zig Jackson, the first Indigenous photographer to receive the Guggenheim Fellowship, in Savannah, Georgia.
Carolinas editor Susan Lee Mackey visits the studio of artist Stacy Lynn Waddell to discuss her new work now on view in New York City.
Courtney McClellan interviews Ilana Harris-Babou about her new exhibition at ICA at University of Tennessee Chattanooga.
Daniel Fuller interviews Derek Larson, creator and animator of Trés Mall, a hazy philosophical series airing on the art platform DIS.
Artist Jenny Fine speaks with Emily Llamazales about her immersive installations, her grandmother as muse, and the narrative quality of water.
Brett Levine speaks with Scott Miller about the plans for his new gallery space and the unique context of the Birmingham art community.
Christina Lee speaks with curator Valerie Cassel Oliver about the new exhibition The Dirty South at VMFA, Richmond.
In honor of Juneteenth, Atlanta-based artist and Burnaway contributor Caleb Jamel Brown sat down with Charmaine Minniefield to discuss her ambitious new project, Remembrance as Resistance: Preserving Black Narratives presented by Flux Projects in Oakland Cemetery.