Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes the announcement of increased base pay for hourly employees at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and a ruling by the Virginia Supreme Court to remove a Confederate monument of Robert E. Lee.
Julia Elizabeth Neal visits Emma Amos’ Color Odyssey in Athens and considers what ‘color’ really means.
Leia Genis examines the power of the body in all forms within Victoria Dugger’s work at Lyndon House.
Katya Tepper visits the sculptures of Bonnie Rychlak and Jeanne Silverthorne at UGA’s Dodd Gallery.
Little’s exhibition is an intensely open-ended Seussian maze. These works are sketchy and enigmatic, elegant and gutsy.
Burnaway takes a close look at the online exhibition by artists Barry Stone and Lucy Helton at the Dodd Galleries at the University of Georgia in Athens.
Burnaway visits Witness Lab by artist Courtney McClellan.
Burnaway takes a close look at Amiko Li’s The Purpose of Disease at Dodd Galleries in Athens.
Noah Rawlings sees the struggle between nature and human industry—and a potential integration of the two—in recent shows at Howard’s and Tif Sigfrids.