Trevor Reese upends viewer expectations by casting the interior of a garden shed and printing a towering text drawn from an array of sources.
This week, Terry takes us to art gatherings at WonderRoot, Kibbee Gallery, Besharat Gallery, and more!
* BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 Reception: The Paul R. Jones Collection MOCA GA / 6:30 – 8:30 pm WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14 Opening: Venske & Spänle: Panda 750 Marcia Wood Gallery / 7-9 pm THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15 *Talk: Hamza Walker Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton/ 7 pm Talk: Alli Royce Soble Callanwolde Fine Arts Center…
Thanks to everyone who came out to ADAC on Saturday, February 3, and made Art Crush a smashing success! Huge thanks to the artists & volunteers – we could not have done it without you! The Federal and Bantam & Biddy supplied the yummy food, and Edrington, Cathead Vodka, American Spirit Distillery, and Burial Beer plied our guests…
This week, Terry celebrates at BURNAWAY’S Art Crush Fundraiser and checks out the new shows at Jackson Fine Art & Sandler Hudson Gallery.
This week, Terry shines a bright light on the Zuckerman Museum, GSU Triennial, the Chastain Arts Center, Hi-Lo Press & many more!
Benita Carr & Bill Orisich’s 4-channel video/sound installation “ground.loop” defeats expectation in a visually mezmerizing atmosphere.
In sculpture that combines a modernist’s abstraction with traditions of craft and woodworking, Murrell employs symbols to “reflect on the cycles of nature and what it is to be human.”
What snow? Terry made it out to to see Trevor Reese at Day & Night Projects, Lucha Rodrigues and others at Kai Lin Art, Terri Dilling at Stanley Beaman Sears, and group shows at Hathaway, Facet and Mason Fine Art.
Artists are often expected to pay a fee just to submit a work for consideration for an exhibition or contest, and often wind up with nothing. Enough is enough, says our writer.
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.
Your weekly list of contemporary art events happening in the South.
BURNAWAY kicks off our new “Sketchbook” series, in which we’ll provide a peek into artists’ creative processes. Have you ever looked at an artist’s sketchbook? They can be an intimate look inside the mind of an artist. Sometimes an artist’s final work is clearly laid out in studies, and sometimes the final work looks nothing…
Andy Ditzler’s Film Love series embarks on a yearlong re-presenting of the 1980s cable access series, drawn from the archives of Emory University.
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.
Your weekly virtual tour of shows in the South. This week’s lineup includes Atlanta, Charleston, Roanoke, Little Rock, and New Orleans.
24 years ago this month, at Alan Sondheim’s suggestion, Xenia Zed and I published an artist pages issue of Art Papers devoted to “Love and Death in the Old South.” It featured memorable contributions from any number of since-legendary and not-so-legendary Southern artists. Related Stories: Steal This Art Show at MINT TindelMichi—Election for “Cring of…