Mary Phan reviews the 2021 Mississippi Invitational, a biennial exhibition, at the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes the announcement of new appointments at MINT and Oxford American, acquisitions at the Mississippi Museum of Art, Sanford Biggers’s first survey of quilt-based works, and more.
Daniel Fuller tracks the life and lore of James “Son Ford” Thomas, a legendary blues musician and sculptor from the Mississippi Delta.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup, with news from Mississippi Museum of Art’s collaborative exhibition, curator Allison Glenn heads to Texas, and more.
Jackie Clay on Michael Ross in Laurel, Mississippi.
In the second of two installments, Cecil Howell explores the absurdities of our language and laws around water use in collages based on a groundwater dispute between two states.
Landscape architect and designer Cecil Howell explores the absurdities of our language and laws around water use in collages based on a groundwater dispute between two states.
Carson Keith visits the studio of artist Coulter Fussell, whose quilts indiscriminately merge the influences of contemporary abstract painting and Southern craft.
Adria R. Walker examines the racial dynamics of artistic masquerade in Nick Cave’s Soundsuits on view in Jackson, Mississippi.