Burnaway > Atlanta

In his Working Artist Project exhibition at MOCA GA, Atlanta-based artist Michi Meko confronts Black Americans’ fraught relationships with the quiet isolation offered by nature.

On December 1, Atlanta-based writer Logan Lockner, who has been serving as BURNAWAY’s interim editor in a temporary capacity for the last three months, will join the organization permanently as editor. As Logan will be responsible for guiding the magazine’s…

After almost fifteen years in New York, artists Jaime Keiter and JD Walsh relocated with their six-year-old son to Atlanta in 2016. With a young child who was about to start elementary school, they say they were “ready for…

The daily demands of living—work, school, care of self or others—may require posing. But in moments of leisure and repose, you can perhaps temporarily shed such self-consciousness. The pose may be loosened. The acting may cease. One might respond…

Atlanta-based artist Justin Rabideau, who served as director of the Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University since its opening in 2014, died on October 24, 2018. Originally from upstate New York, where he received his BFA in…

Atlanta-based artist Jane Foley is fascinated with posture. After finding an instruction manual for ocean swimming, she embarked on making a new body of work re-creating renditions of visual narratives in the book. Thumbnail images of two staged bodies,…

The BURNAWAY Board of Directors is excited to announce the appointment of Atlanta-based artist and curator Erin Jane Nelson as the organization’s Executive Director. An Atlanta native, Nelson returned to the city in 2015 after spending nearly a decade…

The paths of Georgia-based artists Blair LeBlanc and Mo Costello initially crossed over email after curator Daniel Fuller of Atlanta Contemporary suggested LeBlanc as a contributor for Costello’s curatorial project Picture Newspaper, in collaboration with publisher Marcelo Gabriel Yáñez. So began a…