Daniel Fuller interviews Derek Larson, creator and animator of Trés Mall, a hazy philosophical series airing on the art platform DIS.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes the announcement of new gifts and donations at the Boca Raton Center for Arts and Innovation, Hampton University, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and Stove Works.
Lisa Jaye Young interviews Zig Jackson, the first Indigenous photographer to receive the Guggenheim Fellowship, in Savannah, Georgia.
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.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes the announcement of a fellowship program for U.S. Latinx artists supported by the Ford and Mellon foundations, the High Museum’s upcoming exhibition exploring the rise of self-taught artists, and more.
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.
Burnaway takes a Close Look at David Gumbs: From Dust to Gold at the Jepson Center in Savannah, Georgia.
Burnaway takes a Close Look at Craig Drennen’s Merchant, Bandits, and Certain Senators at Laney Contemporary in Savannah, Georgia.
Leia Genis considers the cosmos, sexuality and psychedelics in Emily Furr’s StarTrap on view at SCAD MOA.