Click above for the second and final installment of BURNAWAY’s video series from Miami produced by Sandy Hooper with interviews by Susannah Darrow and Laura Hennighausen. Click here to view Part 1.
Our team caught up with Craig Drennen at the last month’s Aqua art fair during Art Basel Miami Beach. A professor at Georgia State University, Drennen helped organize a showcase of work by several MFA students, and, with just a hint of his usual humor, he shared a bit of insight on why Atlanta’s artists should attend Art Basel next year.
Disclosure: Craig Drennen is one of this publication’s editorial advisers. In pursuit of featuring work that contributes to important cultural discourse, as well as our commitment to transparency, our policy is to disclose instead of exclude.
shady Radical reviews Ruth E. Carter's costume exhibition at the SCAD FASH museum in Atlanta.
Defying gravity, the four 8-foot clay bodies of Rose B. Simpson's Countdown, her new body of works commissioned by the SCAD Museum of Art, pack a powerful presence.
What would a museum look like if it focused on the fictions of modern history rather than its facts? The Colombian curator, David Ayala-Alfonso, forms an answer in his exhibition on view in Savannah, GA.