What would a museum look like if it focused on the fictions of modern history rather than its facts? The Colombian curator, David Ayala-Alfonso, forms an answer in his exhibition on view in Savannah, GA.
Mary Anne Phan reviews two exhibitions currently on view in Memphis, TN presented by Tops Gallery.
Defying gravity, the four 8-foot clay bodies of Rose B. Simpson’s Countdown, her new body of works commissioned by the SCAD Museum of Art, pack a powerful presence.
shady Radical reviews Ruth E. Carter’s costume exhibition at the SCAD FASH museum in Atlanta.
Sara Lee Burd reviews Bethany Collins’ solo exhibition at the Frist Art Museum which she finds both intellectually and emotionally resonant.
Elisa Turner examines Where Water and Rock Collide by Wendy Wischer, part of Natural Transcendence now on view at Oolite Arts.
Domingo Castillo reviews The Infinite Vision in the Ethereal Rainbows Swarming Behind my Eyelids Reveals a Beacon, currently on view at Bas Fisher Invitational, Miami.
Lindsy Davis transforms a global phenomenon into a deeply personal expression of her singular experience of those long and lonely days in her newest exhibition at The Red Arrow Gallery, Nashville.
Joe Nolan reviews the first book published on the life of art writer and theorist David Hickey.