Review: Leia Genis’s “Life in an Absent Moment” at THE END

Review: Leia Genis’s “Life in an Absent Moment” at THE END

    by Madeline Beck                   Currently on view at The END Project Space at 1870 Murphy Avenue in Atlanta is a solo exhibition, Life in an Absent Moment, by emerging artist, Leia Genis.   Leia Genis is an Atlanta-based visual artist and the founder and editor…

Self-Exposure: McKinna Anderson’s clever absence in “mini golf of sensual sports” at Florida Mining

Self-Exposure: McKinna Anderson’s clever absence in “mini golf of sensual sports” at Florida Mining

  By Jessica Borusky       mini golf of sensual sports by McKinna Anderson, curated by Allison Westerfield @ Florida Mining       5300 Shad Rd Jacksonville, FL 32257 Open Monday – Friday 10AM – 5PM or by appointment info@floridamininggallery.com       May 3rd, 2021 – July 2nd, 2021      …

Under the Rug: An interview with Monya Nikahd

Under the Rug: An interview with Monya Nikahd

    by Nuveen Barwari                 Nuveen Barwari: According to my “good friend” Merriam Webster the definition of ‘sweep (something) under the rug’, means to hide (something that is illegal, embarrassing, or wrong). You know when someone comes into the studio and they end up talking about that…

Interview with Catherine Rush by Saria Smith

Interview with Catherine Rush by Saria Smith

    By Saria Smith               Catherine Rush is a freelance writer, consultant, and events organizer currently living in Atlanta, Georgia. She studied at the University of Georgia and received a BA in English with a minor in gender studies. Her multidisciplinary art practice involves many themes often explored…

“Take It Easy, But Take It”: Interview with Margo Newmark Rosenbaum by Blair LeBlanc

“Take It Easy, But Take It”: Interview with Margo Newmark Rosenbaum by Blair LeBlanc

    By Blair LeBlanc             “I look for moments.”       Margo Newmark Rosenbaum is an artist’s photographer. Her new exhibition, Some Portraits, organized by Tif Sigfrids at Marinaro (May 26-June 26, 2021) shows a group of 11 traditional black and white portraits. They depict painters, writers, and…

Review: “Field Dug Over” by E. Saffronia Downing at Bad Water Gallery

Review: “Field Dug Over” by E. Saffronia Downing at Bad Water Gallery

    By Lilly Saywitz       Field Dug Over @ Bad Water Gallery   Knoxville, Tennessee           May 21- June  20, 2021                       Those born in the Chicago area are closely familiar with the tragedy of the Great Chicago…

A Terrible Hankering: Nick Doty’s “gathering for a fire” at Coop Gallery

A Terrible Hankering: Nick Doty’s “gathering for a fire” at Coop Gallery

By Margaret Jane Joffrion         A Terrible Hankering: Nick Doty’s a gathering for a fire @ Coop Gallery         May 5, 2021 – May 30, 2021   Nashville, Tennessee       All images courtesy the artist and Coop Gallery             slow spring, acrylic…

A Studio Visit with Lester Merriweather

A  Studio Visit with Lester Merriweather

By Mary Phan         All images by MadameFraankie       An old Greyhound bus station converted into a storage facility sits unassumingly at the corner of Front St and Mill in Memphis, Tennessee. I meet artist Lester Merriweather at the back of the building near remnants of an old bus bay….

Nine Poems by Gabriella Andino, Nine Paintings by Tori Tinsley

Nine Poems by Gabriella Andino, Nine Paintings by Tori Tinsley

Curated by CC Calloway                       Gabriella Andino           I’m flailing for peace allocating pieces of past autonomy     He without name flesh risen spinning in place chocolate from ceiling reformation daunting each planet i have yet to visit boil me…

Review: Iren Tete’s “Porous Thoughts & Fragile Moments” at Parallelogram Gallery

Review: Iren Tete’s “Porous Thoughts & Fragile Moments” at Parallelogram Gallery

By Bradley Marshall       Iren Tete: Porous Thoughts & Fragile Moments @ Parallelogram Gallery     April 17, 2021 – May 29, 2021 Tampa, FL     Images by Will Douglas                 The two dominant languages of our built environment have seemingly collided. Defined by Keller…