Lauren Piemont reviews Jillian Mayer’s exhibit at SECCA.
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Artist Jenny Fine speaks with Emily Llamazales about her immersive installations, her grandmother as muse, and the narrative quality of water.
Carolinas editor Susan Lee Mackey observes the successes and failures of public land management through two new exhibits at the Asheville Art Museum.
In this inaugural Letter from the Carolinas, Editor-at-Large Susan Mackey, confronts the long history of Southern white photographers who depict environments connected to chattel slavery and trauma.
Pike School of Art receives an Our Town Grant from the NEA, awardees for the 2022 Edge Award are announced as well as other awardees from CAC NOLA and Center for Craft, and more in Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup.
Susan Mackey reviews the photographic collages of Xaviera Simmons at Weatherspoon Museum of Art, Greensboro.
Lauren Piemont reviews Vision & Spirit at the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts and Culture.
Burnaway takes a Close Look at a group show spanning over four decades of ceramic sculpture from the Asheville Art Museum’s permanent collection.
Kate Averett takes a look at the intimacy and safety of Ashley Johnson’s Mark Yourself Safe at SECCA, Winston-Salem.