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Doris Adelaide Derby
Erin Jane Nelson
"Not all aspects of our lives are about
the injustice." Atlanta photographer, activist, organizer, and educator on
SNCC in 1960s Mississippi, Roy DeCarava, and the importance of multidimensional representation.
Allora & Calzadilla's
Puerto Rican Light
Lilly Lampe + Alex Robbins
If the cave is the origin of the artwork,
and the readymade is the end of it, what happens when the two combine?
(Or, an artist duo, a critic, a philosopher, and a Dan Flavin artwork
walk into a cave ...)
Everything is Connected
Iwan Baan on Portman's America
Buildings are for people; architectural
photography is portraiture; walking is a way of seeing; and John C. Portman
is your architect.
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The Patty Chang Landscape
"Mao Tse-tung once said that the
south had a lot of water and it would be okay if the north borrowed a little."
An artist tracks wandering lakes through piss and tears, from
Central Asia to Queens.
B O D Y PLAY
with Tschabalala Self, Jonathan Lyndon Chase, and Aurel Haize Odogbo
"If the black woman's body were
a physical place, I would see it as
Eden." Artists talk performance
and portraiture, visibility and liberty.
Beyond the Pleasure Principle
Urban life can be alienating; it limits
our mobility and entraps us in fantasy.
In Hong Kong, an artist's erotic
animations offer brief release.
The Practice of Circuit-Making
To "know" a city, walk it.
Odyssey: Eddie's Stone Song
Libretto: Carey Scott Wilkerson
In Columbus, GA, a visionary
artist's life is set to verse and music,
performed with his life's work as the stage.
A woman walks alone at night.
What does she carry in her hands? In her thoughts?
Life on the Line
At the Brooklyn Museum, then
at Spelman College in Atlanta, an exhibition reveals a practice about
memory, place, and endurance, honed across manifold divides.
Edward Austin Hall
Luxuriant carlessness vs. walking to work in Atlanta.
Did you know: the unplanned trail
in your office park is a beautiful monument to collective will and individual agency.
a good neighbour:
15th Istanbul Biennial
Reema Salha Fadda
Une Brèche en Toute Chose /
A Crack in Everything
Prospect.4: The Lotus in Spite of the Swamp
D. Eric Bookhardt
Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017
Sabine Gruffat: A Kiss of the Earth
Elizabeth L. Delaney
Nancy Ann Coyne: Speaking of Home
Danez Smith, Don't Call Us Dead
Al Taylor: What Are You Looking At?
Rebecca Dimling Cochran
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Architecture Is All Over
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