BURNAWAY IN-PRINT 2

BURNAWAY Magazine, the “voice of art in the South,” is pleased to announce the release of its second print edition: EXCHANGE, featuring new and original content. The concept of exchange is engaged in a variety of ways: the exchange of words and ideas via conversation, the exchange of goods and services, cultural exchange, trading the old for the new, and more.

Featuring:

  • Nick Kahler examines General Sherman’s impact on the city’s attitude towards architectural preservation.
  • A photographic portfolio features selections from William Boling’s “Never Gone” series, which documents sites where the Battle of Atlanta took place 150 years ago.
  • Jacksonville artist Lily Kuonen has created a limited edition piece that will accompany 125 special issues of the publication.
  • Artists Jiha Moon, who lives in Atlanta, and Washington, D.C.-based Renée Stout engage in conversation on the diverse cultural influences in their work.
  • A studio visit with Savannah artist Marcus Kenney reveals similar cultural assumptions and conflicting perceptions.
  • Crystal Bridges curator Chad Alligood, who co-curated the upcoming, ambitious “State of the Art” survey in Bentonville, Arkansas, shares his travel essentials with us in “Favorite Things.”
  • Birmingham Art Museum curator Wassan Al-Khudhairi discusses her moves from Atlanta to Doha, Qatar, to South Korea to Alabama.
  • Tampa critic Megan Voeller provides an overview of a College Art Association panel on regionalism that took place at the 2014 conference
  • David Ebony reviews the Studio Museum in Harlem exhibition “When the Stars Begin to Fall,” which featured works by Southern and Southern-minded artists.
  • Sumptuary, a curatorial project conceived by Maggie Ginestra and Miky Stasny that experimented with an art-production funding model based on a sin tax.
  • The LOW Museum, a gutsy enterprise headed by three recent art school grads.
  • Since being an artist’s assistant is almost a rite of passage, we asked a number of established artists and working assistants to provide insight into the exchange of knowledge and labor that transpires between them, and the benefits and sometimes quirks that relationship entails.

BURNAWAY #2: EXCHANGE was made possible with the generous support of MailChimp.

BURNAWAY #2


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