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Gonkar Gyatso at the Carlos Museum

I reviewed the work of contemporary artist Gonkar Gyatso at Emory’s Carlos Museum. Have a look on Burnaway.

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Romare Bearden’s “Odyssey Suite” at Emory’s Carlos Museum

In the late 1970s, renowned Harlem Renaissance artist Romare Bearden began depicting scenes from Homer’s The Odyssey. The complete series has seldom been exhibited together since it was first shown more than 30 years ago. But Bearden’s Odyssey Suite is … Continue reading

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A monument against gravity at Emory

I’m curating a new column on Burnaway. Each month, I ask a different Atlanta critic, writer,  or artist to consider a permanent object, monument, or site in the city.  I loved critic Lilly Lampe‘s contribution published today in which she … Continue reading

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My interview with poet and essayist Thomas Lynch

“A consultation with the undertaker” probably ranks pretty low on the list of encounters you’d ever want to have. But when the undertaker is poet and essayist Thomas Lynch and the consultation consists of his wise and gentle insights into … Continue reading

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