Natalie Weis reviews an ambitious group exhibition at the University of Kentucky Art Museum that investigates citizenship, power, and struggle during one of the most fraught moments in American history.
Ade J. Omotosho visits the bird-like installations of Frances Trombly at Emerson Dorsch in Miami.
Burnaway takes a close look at Coming to Light, a solo exhibition of ceramics and paintings by Woody De Othello at Nina Johnson, Miami.
Logan Lockner reviews the career-spanning survey of paintings by Julie Mehretu at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta.
Our first news roundup of the year includes reports on curators’ efforts to identify artworks damaged or stolen during last week’s siege of the US Capitol, a gift of over a hundred sculptures by self-taught artists to Atlanta’s High Museum of Art, and more.
Daniel Fuller reviews an online presentation of works by Mike Goodlett installed in the artist’s Kentucky farmhouse.
Burnaway takes a closer look at the final days of Rina Banerjee’s Make Me A Summary of the World at the Frist Art Museum, Nashville.
Leia Genis reviews a project by artist Avantika Bawa that resurrects the now-demolished Georgia Archives Building, colloquially known as the “White Ice Cube.”
Natalie Weis reviews an exhibition by Palestinian-American artist Jordan Nassar that celebrates shared craft traditions and the comforts of domestic life.