In this bilingual review, artist María Korol finds the warmth of other suns in Rocío Rodíguez’s new work at Sandler Hudson.
Katya Tepper visits the sculptures of Bonnie Rychlak and Jeanne Silverthorne at UGA’s Dodd Gallery.
Burnaway takes a Close Look at a group show spanning over four decades of ceramic sculpture from the Asheville Art Museum’s permanent collection.
Leia Genis reconsiders the memory and brutality in Vesna Pavlović’s new exhibition at whitespace, Atlanta.
Kate Averett takes a look at the intimacy and safety of Ashley Johnson’s Mark Yourself Safe at SECCA, Winston-Salem.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly roundup of news from around the South, including a large acquisition of photography at NOMA, the newly appointed African American collections curator at Emory, and more.
Burnaway seeks proposals from Atlanta artists to contribute to our Mood Ring column.
Little’s exhibition is an intensely open-ended Seussian maze. These works are sketchy and enigmatic, elegant and gutsy.
Historically, Louisiana Contemporary has served as a record of the concerns that have animated artists throughout the state, and this year is no exception.