TK Smith 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.
Artist Mac Balentine speaks wth editor Logan Lockner about drawing on sources including tarot and mythology to reexamine histories of sexual expression and repression.
Joe Nolan speaks with artists Nuveen Barwari and Beizar Aradini about their two-person exhibition reflecting on their experiences growing up in Nashville’s Kurdish community.
Curators Allison Glenn and Marina Fokidis discuss decentralizing cultural power in the Global South and reflect upon the 13th Havana Biennial.
Editor Logan Lockner speaks with PAMM curator María Elena Ortiz about the present and future of contemporary art in the Caribbean.
Diana Al-Hadid speaks with contributor Melinda Baker about the difference between curiosity and inspiration and her recent work on view in Nashville.
Editor Logan Lockner interviews curator Michael Rooks and the participants in Of Origins and Belonging at the High Museum of Art.
Prospect.5 co-artistic director Naima J. Keith speaks about her path to becoming a curator and the pressures artists face to make radical political statements.
In a conversation with Logan Lockner, artist Craig Drennen discusses curating the group show Somebody Told Me You People Were Crazy at Hathaway Gallery in Atlanta.