We recently visited the studio of Atlanta artist Robert Sherer to watch him at work on a new series of wood-burning paintings. Sherer is known for his subtly provocative paintings and drawings, often made with blood, that address issues of race, gender and sexual identity.
Contributor Leia Genis reviews Hannah Tarr's solo exhibition that explores angels, illness, and escape.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes new appointments at the Underground Museum and Crystal Bridges, awardees for fellowships at Anchorlight and the Joan Mitchell Foundation, and more.
In Dreaming in Real Time, Tyler Mitchell isn’t picturing utopia. But through his lens, he is able to craft an image of Georgia that sees home as a place of contradiction.