“Miecznikowski” is Kirstin Mitchell’s original family name, and the name of her Working Artist Project exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia through September 8. It was the Polish family name of her father, whose approaching death…

Art Vandenberg’s combined fascination with mathematics and the art practice of indigenous cultures come together in the very short-run exhibition “#Day25,000” at Poem 88, which closes this Saturday, July 14. The seeming chaos of brightly colored boards, nails and…

EASY AIR at Hathaway Gallery. Photo by Fredrik Brauer.

Three exhibitions at Hathaway Gallery, closing May 31, raise a longstanding issue of interpretation that remains, sometimes, an object of contention. “Easy Air” is a three-artist show of works by Ridley Howard, Scott Ingram, and Christina A. West; “Painter” is…

Amy Landesberg, Kong Ball

In her imaginative sculptures, Amy Landesberg explores the boundaries between nature and artifice, life and nonliving systems, and uncanny objects in general. “Things Grow Hair,” at Berry College’s Moon Gallery in Rome, Georgia through April 13, is her most…

Leisa Rich’s extraordinary exhibition “grownupland,” which closes on January 13, has gone more unnoticed than it should have, in part because its host, Gallery 180, is centrally located but effectively invisible. Occupying the offices of the architecture firm Stanley Beaman…

Seana Reilly’s new Whitespace exhibition “Docking on the Orphic Shore” bears a title that might lead the classically educated among us to expect mystical initiation—or at least the story of a creative personality who has been to Hell and…