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.
Brett Levine visits Brandi Shah’s multi-media exhibition at Vinegar Projects, Birmingham.
María Korol reviews Michael Jones’ current exhibit at Swan Coach House, Atlanta.
Leia Genis goes for the comfort of Tori Tinsley’s HUGS at Laney Contemporary, Savannah.
Susan Mackey reviews the photographic collages of Xaviera Simmons at Weatherspoon Museum of Art, Greensboro.
Lauren Piemont reviews Vision & Spirit at the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts and Culture.
Jasmine Amussen reviews Mainly For Women, the exhibition of Polish artists now on view at SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah.
Ryan Filchak visits the dreamy sculptures of Kiah Celeste’s It Is What Is Not Yet Known at Quappi Projects, Louisville.