Burnaway > Interviews > Atlanta
Eleanor Neal standing in front of one of her works inside of her studio.

The studio of Atlanta-based artist Eleanor Neal is covered in hanging bunches of Spanish moss, textured collaged papers treated with beeswax, and canvases the color of sherbet sunsets, with the soothing scent of sage permeating the space. It’s exactly…

Marc Brotherton and Ashley Anderson are both contemporary artists located in Atlanta, Georgia. Brotherton’s vibrant, geometric works and Anderson’s pixelated portraits have been known to pop up throughout the city of Atlanta as well as nationally. Brotheron’s most recent…

Artist Fabian Williams has been throwing up murals around town paying tribute to Civil Rights leaders past and present, from Hosea Williams to Colin Kaepernick. We wanted to find out what makes him tick.

Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay, self-portrait.

Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay, an MFA candidate in photography at the University of Georgia, creates thought-provoking works that subtly address issues of post- and neo-colonialism.

The artistic director of the New Orleans triennial discusses how the citywide art event remains relevant ten years after Hurricane Katrina and how artists have responded to the city’s complex past and political present.

What motivates art collectors? We asked a handful of passionate art lovers about their collecting habits.

We continue our coverage of the Southern Prize finalists and winners with this studio visit with Masud Olufani, conducted well before the prize was announced. Click here to learn about the prize and see the work of top winner, Noelle Mason….

Matthew Brandt

The experimental photographer brings his “1864” series to Atlanta. Based on Civil War photographs taken by George Barnard, the photos are made using peach pie ingredients.