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BA contributor Claire E. Dempster considers pixels in contemporary life and artmaking, updating Rosalind Krauss’s “Grids” for the twenty-first century.

As we begin a new year, BURNAWAY looks ahead to ten exhibitions we’re anticipating in 2019, including shows in Atlanta, Richmond, New Orleans, Lexington, and elsewhere.

As the year comes to a close, BURNAWAY Executive Director Erin Jane Nelson and Editor Logan Lockner reflect on their favorite exhibitions in the South in 2018.

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…

In his controversial notion of “Third-World literature,” first outlined in an essay published in 1986, Marxist cultural theorist Fredric Jameson argues that a certain subset of literature—that of nations problematically characterized as belonging to the so-called “Third World”—projects an…

On a short, leisurely walk we recently took together, Atlanta-based artist Iman Person led me along the proposed path for Waterlust, her upcoming installation for Flux Projects’ latest iteration, FLUX: Grant Park.  The weekend-long, park-wide exhibition shows a new…

 I met Katya over a decade ago when we were both students at Cooper Union in New York. In school, she was the gregarious class clown and cool girl, making irreverent, slapstick paintings and art-cum-standup comedy that charmed students…