Ridley Howard speaks with Jackie Saccoccio about her process, recent shifts, influences, and working in Rome.
Lyle Ashton Harris’s exhibition, Accra My Love, at the Zuckerman Museum of Art at KSU, closes today.
Three artists, all currently in Provincetown, MA, discuss the equilibrium of objecthood, thingness, and the philosophical nature of duende.
Mexican filmmaker Carlos Reygadas’s latest film, Post Tenebras Lux, screening at the High Museum on April 27, will incite plenty of questions.
Rathburn is a 2005 Richard Wilbur Award winner and National Endowment for the Arts Fellow
Dan Fuller’s southern road trip allows for a book launch and conversation with MOCS artist Rachel Herrick.
Grace Thornton talks to Ann-Marie Manker about what resides under her colorful and sweet facades.
The local poet discusses her new book and her Fellowship at Emory with BURNAWAY‘s Scott Daughtridge.
Jim Lee’s solo exhibition, Please Be Clean When You Do It, is on view in NYC at Nicelle Beauchene through March 31, 2013.
Sarah Levine speaks to Idea Capital grantees Sheila Pree Bright, Helen Hale, and the collaborative team of Marcia Vaitsman and Seana Reilly.
Laura Bell describes her creative process and the inevitability of change in her exhibition of mixed media works.
Mitchell talks of her performance as a demonstration of two aspects of a single person, and as a metaphor for the art world.
Stepping into the role of Modern and Contemporary Curator for the High Museum is no small task. Michael Rooks comes to Atlanta with an extensive career in the museum world and a huge amount of enthusiasm for the task at hand. Rooks’ background includes a long line of impressive curatorial gigs: The Museum of Contemporary…
The imagery in Jiha Moon‘s paintings can thunder with laughter, whisper of legends long forgotten and some yet to be lived, and shed mournful tears of dripping blue and pink paint. Her new exhibition, opening at Saltworks Gallery this Saturday, January 23, from 6-9PM, is titled Blue Peony and Impure Thoughts. As Atlanta-based curator Stephanie…