In this essay from Treasure, Monica Uszerowicz considers Natalia Lassalle-Morillo’s film Retiro. Translation from English to Spanish by Raquel Salas Rivera.
Belief and Fiction (7)
Justin Chance considers Genesis 3 and serpent handling in West Virginia through the art work of Beverly Buchanan and the late Pastor Jamie Coots.
Erin Jane Nelson profiles Dianna Settles, a Vietnamese-American artist based in Atlanta, Georgia, and founder of Hi-Lo Press.
In conjunction with the much-anticipated opening of Betye Saar: Serious Moonlight, a survey exhibition of the artist’s “rarely exhibited immersive, site-specific installations from 1980 to 1998” at the ICA Miami, Burnaway is publishing an exclusive excerpt from the forthcoming catalogue.
Carolinas editor Susan Lee Mackey visits the studio of artist Stacy Lynn Waddell to discuss her new work now on view in New York City.
Landscapes of the coastal American South are embedded with centuries of racial, religious, economic, and environmental histories.
Burnaway invites proposals for longform essays, features, and artist projects tied to three editorial themes: Word of Mouth, Belief and Fiction, and Nodes and Networks.