Beth Handler Riebe
Exurbs and the Rural
Waterways / Water Wars
On this Day of Mourning, we revisit Lisa Jaye Young's interview with Zig Jackson, the first Indigenous photographer to receive the Guggenheim Fellowship, in Savannah, Georgia.
L. Kasimu Harris profiles artist and filmmaker RaMell Ross, whose documentary Hale County This Morning, This Evening offers lyrical new ways of portraying Black life in the rural South. Ross' work around Hale County is the subject of his new solo exhibition at the Ogden Museum of Art, New Orleans.
We are revisiting this feature from Laws of Salvage: The 2020 Burnaway Reader. Monica Uszerowicz explores the Florida Everglades with artist and activist Reverend Houston Cypress and filmmaker Sasha Wortzel.