From Pakistan with Love
Dustin Canalin More than a Game
More Than A Game
Jocelyn Tsaih's Soft Focus
Glowing With the Flow
SCAD Museum of Art
A Happy and Bountiful Ten-Year Anniversary
The Flight The Flight Attendant: The Travels of Molly Choma
“I started at Virgin Airlines. I was on airport standby a lot and wasn’t getting called to work much, so I asked my supervisor if I could walk around the airport and take pictures.”
The Mothership – Sublime Afrofuturism at OMCA
“Afrofuturism is sort of like a filter that can be applied to any aspect of life. It is a theory of knowledge. It often collapses the past, present, and future into a singular experience or recontextualizes a historical moment. [...]"
Hilda Palafox – The Open Vessel
Hilda Palafox is known for glorious, colorful murals and confident, comfortable paintings of women, but an appreciation of her ceramics gives extra insight into an artist who exquisitely portrays the fragile and the sturdy.
Digging for the Truth
Ken Harman is Still Building
Lenworth “Joonbug” McIntosh
Life as an Open Studio
The Svane Family Foundation
The Ark Sets Sail at SFAI
Margaret Kilgallen – That's Where the Beauty Is
Margaret Kilgallen’s Legacy Is Essential
César Piette – Hyper Plastic Realism
I guess an important element in my work is the craft. I do want to make something with my hands even if it’s modeling with software.
London – The Crossroads
A London in Transition
In Her Wildest Dreams
Surf, Sharing and Sound
Simon Butler on Foundational Change
It’s a Family Affair
And The Homo Inflexus
Jenna Gribbon – The Pleasure of Looking
Lucky for us, Jenna Gribbon is a painter whose work aims to reckon with the peculiarity of this indulgence.
Danielle Mckinney – Comfort and Quietude
Reclusive moments of deep reflection, introspection, and wonder come alive in her work, moods that have simmered all along as her new recipe arrives at the perfect temperature. Mckinney’s legacy is already rich with heartfelt interpretations of a universal sensibility.
Lucia Hierro – Fuck Up The Algorithm
In developing her latest museum show, Hierro didn’t play it safe—she tried something risky and monumental.
Cristina BanBan – The Nuance of Memory
BanBan’s pieces evoke those complex states of mind when we feel like crying, and how being transported through time can elicit emotions of profound grief and joy.
Wing Yau – Earth Connection
Her jewelry sculptures reflect a connection to the people and country of provenance, to her team and finally, to those who choose her pieces from Wwake to create their own expression.
Monuments Large and Small
The Light Between Oceans
A Dear Statement to the Soul