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The Plot That Soul Built

Logan Lockner discusses a summer spent reading comic books, mourning the loss of heroes, and “The Life and Death of Charles Williams” at Atlanta Contemporary.

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An emotional epiphany during a trip to Dollywood transforms artist Ronika McClain’s perspective on the power of divas and her own experiences as a queer femme.

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Mood Ring: María Korol

Artist María Korol contemplates isolation, representations of women, and distortions of history in new drawings and poems for Burnaway’s artist column Mood Ring.

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Further Reading

Following last month’s public conversation between the magazine’s editors for the Art Writing Incubator, Burnaway staff members have compiled a list of texts that shaped their critical perspectives.

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Madeleine Seidel critiques the spectacular but shallow depictions of Florida and its recreation industry in films including “Spring Breakers,” “Magic Mike,” and “The Florida Project.”

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Ride Wit Me

In isolation from her family, Jasmine Amussen searches for the comforts of home in country rap videos from across the South.

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Kristina Kay Robinson challenges theoretical understandings of photography and discusses the potential for a different, distinctly Black form of image-making in the work of Torkwase Dyson, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, and others.

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In honor of Juneteenth, Atlanta-based artist Davion Alston shares his thoughts and photographs after documenting protests across Georgia since early May.

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