MFA Diane Hiscox in Group Exhibition about Homelessness at the Alexandria Museum of Art

Posted On April 9, 2019

“Concrete & Adrift: On the Poverty Line” opened March 1 at the Alexandria Museum of Art. First year MFA, Diane Hiscox, has two paintings in the exhibition which addresses contemporary poverty and homelessness. The invitational show has been paired with  AMoA’s exhibition showcasing beggars in Rembrandt’s history etchings (Sordid & Sacred: The Beggars in… more »

“The Infinite Nature of Black,” Paul Stephen Benjamin Interview in ART PAPERS

“Artist Paul Stephen Benjamin’s work explores the relevance, resonance, and poetics of the color black and ranges across media including photography, painting, video, and sculpture. His solo exhibition, Pure, Very, New, curated by Lisa Freiman for Marianne Boesky Gallery, brings together existing and new site-specific works that plumb the formal and linguistic associations with black… more »

MFA Jessica Caldas in ArtsATL for Work with Living Melody Collective

“Living Melody Collective includes five female-identifying Atlanta artists — Angela Bortone, Jessica Caldas, Danielle Deadwyler, Haylee Anne and Angela Davis Johnson. Four are artist-mothers; one is an artist cat-mom. They bring their kids to work when they can so the kids can see mom being creative.”

“The collective uses photography, dance, printmaking, painting, music and… more »

Alumnus Wihro Kim interviewed in BURNAWAY

“Wihro’s dulcet dreamscapes are fanciful in the way the best wandering thoughts are—close to reality, but warmer, softer, gentler, better. His paintings hover between vague reflection and a complete image capture: move your eyes away too fast, and the person in the painting disappears from view, or fades, or newly appears, an outline shimmering against… more »