Margaret Jane Joffrion wanders from garden to table, smelling the flowers along the way in Beth Edwards’ Wonderstruck at David Lusk Gallery.
Through her body, the location, a flag, and written language Josephine Lee’s video installation at Unrequited Leisure gives a physical interpretation of an outsider’s attempt to manage alienation.
Claire Dempster struggles with the joy and longing in Ragnar Kjartansson’s immense nine screen video installation on view at the High.
Daniel Fuller muses fondly over the showmanship of the Bayou Classic, the subject of Keith Duncan’s new works on view at Fort Gansevoort.
Orion Wertz examines the textile paintings of Paolo Arao alongside landscapes, portraits and abstract works on paper.
Carlos Nunez observes positive beauty and mayhem in the painterly photographs of Angela West at Jackson Fine Art.
Haley Clouser examines the agricultural labor, horticulture, and Blackness entrenched in the work of Kandis Williams at ICA at VCU.
Leia Genis considers the cosmos, sexuality and psychedelics in Emily Furr’s StarTrap on view at SCAD MOA.
In MINT’s current show, which centers three Atlanta-based painters, Emily Llamazales considers the flâneur bearing witness to shared intimacy.