The 2019 Atlanta Biennial collapses distinctions between “folk” and mainstream, past and future, making a case for art “inside and beside” the artworld. Read BA contributor Maura Callahan’s review, co-commissioned by BURNAWAY and our partner publication Momus.
In a recent exhibition in Savannah, artist Erin Johnson’s video works combined ecological research and documentary techniques to investigate a South Carolina nuclear facility. Read BA contributor Jenna Crowder’s review.
In an exhibition in Louisville, Kentucky-born artist and curator Scott Rollins explores the archive of pioneering New York performance artist Richard Gallo. Read BA contributor Paul Michael Brown’s review.
In a solo exhibition in Baton Rouge, New Orleans-based artist Katrina Andry reimagines the historical imagery of the Middle Passage in fantastical mylar prints. Read BA contributor Dillon Raborn’s review.
In a group show at Atlanta Contemporary, artists including John Edmonds, Lucia Hierro, David Onri Anderson, and Atlanta’s own FRKO consider sites and everyday objects that contain a sense of the passage of time.