Artist Sara Hornbacher speaks about her pioneering work in video and electronic art in anticipation of the pop-up exhibition “Interference” at Atlanta Contemporary.
The prolific Nashville artist is known for his playful paintings that, despite their seemingly casual execution, still begin as studies in Anderson’s sketchbook.
Allison Glenn comes to Crystal Bridges from Prospect New Orleans. She joins Lauren Haynes in the contemporary art department.
Joseph Beuys and Richard Hambleton are each the subject of documentaries making the film festival circuit, but have yet to receive wide distribution.
Originally from St. Louis, Katherine Miller is an MFA candidate Printmaking + Book Arts at the University of Georgia. She references the handwritten letter to explore themes of slowness, distance, embodiment, and emotional intimacy.
Terry hit a number of Atlanta’s scrappier spaces this week, including Good Enough, Murmur, Hi-Lo Press and Centerform, in addition to the more established Kai Lin Fine Art.
Two exhibitions we think you should know about: “Pride of Place” at the New Orleans Museum of Art, and “To & Fro: Correspondence Art by Jack Logan & Kosmo Vinyl” at Lyndon House Arts Center in Athens, Georgia.
Listen to this week’s ARTSpeak to hear from Guido Maus about his gallery, beta pictoris, and the Birmingham art scene.
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The Museum of Design Atlanta’s newest exhibition, The Art of Ichiyo Ikebana, brings an ancient personal art form into a formal modern setting. The work of Akihiro Kasuya, who has served as headmaster of Atlanta’s Ichiyo School of Ikebana since 1983, explores the spiritual art of flower arranging as a site-specific installation, broadening the genre’s…
Dear ATL, To continue the tradition we started with last year’s Best of 2008 feature story, BURNAWAY has recruited the talents of ten highly qualified, arts-savvy Atlantans to help ring the bells, bring in the fire, and shout the praises of the most inspiring arts events of 2009. Below you’ll find top picks by guest…