Kristina Kay Robinson considers the codices of decolonization in Ana Hernandez: Color of Clouds at Other Plans, New Orleans.
Burnaway takes a close look at Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Dark Imaginarence, an exhibition by Nathaniel Donnett on view at the University Museum of Texas Southern, Houston.
Yashi Davalos reviews the somatic suppression to time and sound found in Marie Bannerot McInerney: Trace Me Back at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville.
Noah Reyes investigates the binaries and conceptual presentations found in Satellites & Salamanders IV by Walker Tufts at The Bascom: A Center for the Visual Arts, Highlands.
Madeleine Seidel reviews the absence of boundaries and geography found in the collective of Atlanta artists on view in The sea swept the sandcastles away. (To wake up in Atlanta!) at MARCH, New York.
Rob Goyanes deconstructs the explosive totems to color and abstraction found in Nora Maité Nieves: Clouds in the Expanded Field at the Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach.
Our monthly round of opportunities includes an open call for digital commissions based out of Miami, a visual arts prize for work rooted in the American South, and a grant fund for black women photographers.
Rob Goyanes traverses the twists and turns of an artist’s career in Charles Gaines: 1992–2023 at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) Miami, Miami.
Artadia, a nonprofit grantmaking organization and nationwide community of visual artists, curators, and patrons, has announced the recipients of the 2023 Houston Artadia Awards – Violette Bule, Saúl Hernández-Vargas, and Irene Antonia Diane Reece.