Taylor Janay Manigoult reviews because pearls and diamonds have not yet been heard to speak at Hi-Lo Press, an exhibition of collaborative works by Rosa Duffy and Y. Malik Jalal.
Joe Nolan visits Eleanor Aldrich’s Nancy Drew-inspired exhibition at Channel to Channel, Nashville.
Daniel Fuller finds a masterfully executed symphony of sound, language, and color in Paul Stephen Benjamin’s Hudgens Prize exhibition Compositions in Absolute Black.
Emily Llamazales reviews MaDora Frey’s exhibition Stargaze at Georgia State’s Welch School Galleries.
Kate Averett experiences the tensions of High Anxiety in Asheville.
Susan Mackey reviews the expansive drawing exhibition DRAWN: Concept & Craft at SECCA in Winston-Salem.
Natalie Weis considers notions of citizenship and freedom in a group exhibition at Quappi Projects in Louisville.
Artist María Korol reviews William Downs’s Working Artist Project exhibition at MOCA GA.
Susan Mackey finds a return to the simple pleasures of color, pattern, and visual play in an eclectic presentation by Cuban artist Carlos Estévez.