Category Archives: Visual Art
I’ve recently written some new stories for the AJC. I previewed the Atlanta Black Theater Festival, reviewed ASO Music Director Robert Spano’s collaboration with Atlanta dance company gloATL, previewed the 2016-17 Atlanta Opera season, profiled innovative theater-maker Greg Wohead and … Continue reading
I reviewed the work of contemporary artist Gonkar Gyatso at Emory’s Carlos Museum. Have a look on Burnaway.
I had a look at the new exhibition Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Journey to Goblin City. Check it out on ArtsATL.com.
Early summer was a busy time for me, and I didn’t have as much time to post on this blog as I would have liked. Here are some of the stories I worked on during that time: For the Atlanta … Continue reading
“It has to catch you. Every time you look at it, you have to see something that’s different. Every time you look at it, you gotta want to see another one next to it. That’s what my thing was.” I … Continue reading
I’ve been a bit remiss about posting on this blog lately. It’s been a crazy summer, as I’m sure you’re well aware. On top of it all, my laptop died a couple months back, so it’s been a little tough … Continue reading
I’m so glad spring is finally here! The end of winter kept me busy. I previewed and reviewed the Atlanta Opera’s production of The Pirates of Penzance for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. I previewed the Rialto’s Off the Edge dance festival … Continue reading
Adornment is a form of armor. At least it seems that way for Daniel Lismore. Check out my review of the designer’s first museum exhibition, which is paired with a selection of the images of Vanity Fair photographer Jonathan Becker … Continue reading
The exhibition Black Chronicles II currently at the Spelman College Museum of Art seeks to redress the absence of black people from the history of photography and from the history of Victorian Britain by displaying rare, seldom-seen images. Check out … Continue reading
I was lucky enough to get a sneak peak at the High Museum’s exhibition “Habsburg Splendor” before it opened, and now that it’s here I’ve reviewed it. Check out my review on ArtsATL.