Lauren Piemont visits Juan Logan’s exhibition at the Bo Bartlett Center, Columbus.
Bex Ya Yolk visits an exhibition of new photography at the New Orleans Museum of Art.
Carlos Nunez drives his vehicle to the bodily forms at Inside Out, the exhibition currently on view at whitespace.
Melissa Yes reviews JUSTINJUST, a social justice focused exhibition at Space One Eleven.
Over a hundred years later, female-identified artists continue to depict the female figure across a wide array of mediums, in an effort to continue tipping the scales that remain imbalanced.
E.C. Flamming considers the untraditional and ephemeral portraits in Dana Haugaard’s Edge Award exhibition at Swan Coach House Gallery in Atlanta.
Ade J. Omotosho considers the intellectual history and tenderness embedded in Lyle Ashton Harris: Ektachrome Archive on view at ICA Miami.
Margaret Jane Joffrion wanders from garden to table, smelling the flowers along the way in Beth Edwards’ Wonderstruck at David Lusk Gallery.
Through her body, the location, a flag, and written language Josephine Lee’s video installation at Unrequited Leisure gives a physical interpretation of an outsider’s attempt to manage alienation.