Dani Planer is a young photographer working with the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange’s Youth Arts blog Bokeh. In January 2013, Planer worked with Devin Black to present Urban Deconstruction, a photography exhibition at the Woodruff Arts Center. Karley Sullivan: How did you get into photography? Dani Planer: I got my first camera before I began…
Jen Waters and Jesse Dunn have recently begun collecting art. Artists often face the very practical question of whether their work “sells.” How we can subvert that commercial process and value the interactions that occur within the exchange of capital?
Hidden Away, the Library at Night “The core reason was beauty. Walking was a divine delight…New things were possible with the human form. It went beyond equilibrium.” -Colum McCann, from Let the Great World Spin What do you get when you put together a masterfully whimsical choreographer (Nicole Liveratos), a theater director who doubles as a…
“You have to recognize that an image can be representative of everything that was happening [at a certain moment], and that it can truly emanate an atmosphere of the time during which it was made.”
Karley Sullivan sits down with C4 Atlanta to discuss arts professionalism, funding, and sustainability in both our city and the greater marketplace.
“—both Gowin’s eye and Benson’s hand have notable and deserved American photo-historic qualities, but when placed side by side it becomes clear that Gowin’s heart stole the show.”
Karley Sullivan talks to Shara Hughes and Ben Steele, founders of SEEK ATL, along with recent SEEK artist Jessica Caldas.
Lydia Walls talks portraiture and pets with BURNAWAY’s Karley Sullivan.
Revisiting her series on invasive plant species, our photographer ponders the impact of technology on the theory of the sublime.
Karlie Sullivan shares snapshots of nature and commentary on Georgia’s imported plant life.
For this week’s Dodge & Burn Karley Sullivan explores the creative immobility while photographing a Lucky Penny dance session.