investigates the cultural situation of artists and residents in the rural South, parsing the fluctuating boundaries between cities, exurbs, and the rural.
explores fantasies of the Southern landscape as they relate to notions of leisure, recreation, and tourism.
examines water as a natural resource and cultural reference in the South, acknowledging the geological, historical, and political importance of waterways in the region.
Guess what? In this situation, the journalist is going to shoot her from head to toe, standing on that American flag—so I chose not to do that. I wanted to show the pain she was going through. Those are the moments I’m looking for.”
Atlanta-based photographic artists Sheila Pree Bright and Davion Alston discuss the history of civil rights photography and how they each approached making photographs of recent uprisings for racial justice.Read More
Cuban-born artist Mario Petrirena shares personal reflections on forty years of his creative process alongside images of works-in-progress.
Members of Burnaway's staff revisit their favorite essays, features, and artist projects from the magazine over the past year.
Hallie Ringle on Debra Riffe in Birmingham, Alabama.