Burnaway our #12 ranked publication was established in 2008. BURNAWAY focuses on contemporary art and culture in the American South, highlighting regional artists, exhibitions, and critical discourse. Its home office is located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Burnaway explores the work of emerging and established artists, curators, and arts professionals through in-depth articles, interviews, and reviews. Its team is committed to fostering a community of artists and art lovers and providing a space for discussion around the issues and ideas shaping the South's art scene. With its cutting-edge coverage, Burnaway is a must-read for anyone interested in the dynamic artistic landscape of the American South.
Burnaway welcomes submissions from art-makers, designers, and researchers to our artist column, Mood Ring, for summer/fall 2023. Application are open through July 14.
Our monthly round up of opportunities includes a year long museum fellowship in Atlanta, a woodland residency in Knoxville, and a rolling call for teaching artists in Birmingham during Summer…
Justin Chance ruminates on the dependencies of life, death, and survival in an exhibition of the work of artist Ronald Lockett at MARCH.
Katy Galaz considers the convergence of unifying cultural aspirations and capitalistic enterprise in the exhibition Diego Rivera's America at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville.
Valentin Diaconov grapples with how Ana Villagomez's paintings pose questions about flatness, abstraction and pre-figurative imagery.
Folasade Ologundudu visits The Alchemists, an exhibition co-curated by Donovan Johnson and Seph Rodney at Johnson Lowe Gallery, Atlanta.
Rachel Ebio addresses incarceration, family, and resilience in her review of Fifteen, a solo exhibition by Omari Booker at Elephant Gallery, Nashville.
Maria Owen visits the studio of Nashville-based painter Alex Kimball whose work relies on sorting through scrap and finding meaning in fragments.
Our monthly round up of calls includes a fall residency program in northern Italy, a national arts writer grant, and a juried open call for a Savannah-based exhibition.
Christopher Stephen contemplates the sensory immersion and urgency in Dreams of Unknown Islands: St. Augustine by Sasha Wortzel at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, St. Augustine.