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.
Kristina Kay Robinson reviews an exhibition by painter Ruth Owens exploring her individual and collective family memories as the daughter of a German mother and Black American serviceman.
Nora Kovacs explores the broken promises of America in the group exhibition Make America What America Must Become at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans.
Tara Stickley reviews two projects presented by Good Weather: Inga Danysz’s The Italian Machine online and an installation by Azikiwe Mohammed in its North Little Rock gallery.
Lauren Piemont reviews a timely exhibition at Davidson College that prominently features a new work from Bethany Collins’s “Erasure” series.
Jasmine Amussen admires the subtle emotional expressiveness in seventeen sculptures by Luther Hampton on view in Memphis.
Catherine Rush finds compelling artworks but an anachronistic and reductive vision of gender in the group exhibition She is Here at Atlanta Contemporary.
Leia Genis considers Get Well Soon, a digital project documenting well wishes on crowdfunding websites, hosted by Dimensions Variable in Miami.