Valentin Diaconov reviews the internal tensions found in Flesh and Blood, the first solo museum exhibition by John Guzman at the Blaffer Art Museum in Houston.
Kat Eaves reviews the sanctity of play presented via the one day activation of Skybox by Harrison Wayne at Eso Tilin Projects, Atlanta.
In this month’s DIY Index entry, BA visits Tunnel Projects, an artist-run project room in Miami, Florida.
Emeline Boehringer reviews AN ANGLE GRINDER GRINDS IN THE BACKGROUND, a presentation of works by Alfredo Ramírez Raymond in collaboration with artists Rafaela Armendaris, Lucas Neira, and Karin Iturralde, that was on view at Coco Hunday in Tampa.
Our monthly round of opportunities includes an exhibition call for artworks in Athens, a visiting artist program in South Carolina, and a cinematic arts residency in Miami.
Megan Bickel reviews the donated textile works in Downriver by Coulter Fussell at Institute 193 in Lexington.
Joe Craig reviews the feminine gestural abstraction in Across Space and Time (The Divine Feminine) by Anastasia Pelias at JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY in New Orleans.
Burnaway takes a close look at Whitfield Lovell: Passages, an exhibition on view at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia.
Heather C. MacRae visits the Savannah-based studio of painter and accumulator Faran Riley Peterson to converse on what it means to be a curator of natural artifacts.