Marc Brotherton and Ashley Anderson both use vintage video games as source material for their paintings but arrive at very different results
Terry was all over the city this week! With MELT: A queer photo show opening, as well as Prescilla Alacorn and Rose Barron’s exhibition at the Kibbee Gallery. Terry also gave us an update on the installation progress of The Golden Hour at Oakland Cemetery, attended a gratitude party for Christopher Hall, a Michael Germon art sale and a new Jean Larson gallery.
In the first installment of her sassy new travel column Field Trip, Sara Estes visits three museums in Los Angeles.
Sheherazade, a new space in Louisville run by artist Julie Leidner, offers local artists a chance to experiment outside of commercial gallery structures.
The Indie Grits Film Festival in South Carolina dishes up films by and about Southerners.
A fledgeling project in Chattanooga hopes to follow in the footsteps of MASS MoCA in rural Massachusetts and the Goat Farm Arts Center in Atlanta.
This week, Terry takes us to Blandtown with Gregor Turk and to a GSU photo exhibition at Cage Space.
A symposium held in conjunction with “Southern Accent” at Louisville’s Speed Museum brought together artists and scholars to discuss the the legacy and future of Confederate monuments.
The prolific Nashville artist is known for his playful paintings that, despite their seemingly casual execution, still begin as studies in Anderson’s sketchbook.
Thanks to everyone who came out to ADAC on Saturday, February 3, and made Art Crush a smashing success! Huge thanks to the artists & volunteers – we could not have done it without you! The Federal and Bantam & Biddy supplied the yummy food, and Edrington, Cathead Vodka, American Spirit Distillery, and Burial Beer plied our guests…
Audrey Malloy talks with Karen Seapker about her show “Sentinels,” a high-key exhibition of monolithic paintings that ruminate on temporality.
This week, Terry celebrates at BURNAWAY’S Art Crush Fundraiser and checks out the new shows at Jackson Fine Art & Sandler Hudson Gallery.
This week, Terry shines a bright light on the Zuckerman Museum, GSU Triennial, the Chastain Arts Center, Hi-Lo Press & many more!
What snow? Terry made it out to to see Trevor Reese at Day & Night Projects, Lucha Rodrigues and others at Kai Lin Art, Terri Dilling at Stanley Beaman Sears, and group shows at Hathaway, Facet and Mason Fine Art.