Justin Chance ruminates on the dependencies of life, death, and survival in an exhibition of the work of artist Ronald Lockett at MARCH.
Katy Galaz considers the convergence of unifying cultural aspirations and capitalistic enterprise in the exhibition Diego Rivera’s America at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville.
Valentin Dyakonov grapples with how Ana Villagomez’s paintings pose questions about flatness, abstraction and pre-figurative imagery.
Folasade Ologundudu visits The Alchemists, an exhibition co-curated by Donovan Johnson and Seph Rodney at Johnson Lowe Gallery, Atlanta.
Rachel Ebio addresses incarceration, family, and resilience in her review of Fifteen, a solo exhibition by Omari Booker at Elephant Gallery, Nashville.
Christopher Stephen contemplates the sensory immersion and urgency in Dreams of Unknown Islands: St. Augustine by Sasha Wortzel at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, St. Augustine.
Leia Genis reviews the intimate and sprawling pastel works of Zachari Logan in The Blooming Skin at Wolfgang Gallery, Atlanta.
Nora Kovacs explores the multidisciplinary, emotive visions of the collective in The New Member Show at The Front, New Orleans.
Anna Nelson-Daniel reviews the transformative states of the ceramic sculptures found in Instar by Michelle Laxalt at Hi-Lo Press, Atlanta.