Cinqué Hicks

“Fallen Fruit of Atlanta”

Atlanta Contemporary Art Center

December 2013

Southerners—like most who live outside the centers of taste-making power—can be sensitive to the way they are portrayed. Artists David Burns and Austin Young are aware of this self-consciousness and are intrepid in addressing it in their … READ ON


Bethany Springer


May 2013

Most of the works in Bethany Springer’s solo exhibition “Seismic Reflection” emerged from her month spent at the Full Tilt Creative Centre in McIvers, Newfoundland, attempting to record the movement of icebergs. Instead of creating the intended… READ ON


Diana Al-Hadid

Weatherspoon Art Museum

April 2013

Diana Al-Hadid’s first major museum survey, at the Weatherspoon Art Museum on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, offers a rare opportunity to witness a dialogue among several works made over a five-year period. The… READ ON


Odili Donald Odita

beta pictoris gallery / Maus Contemporary

April 2013

Odili Donald Odita is well known for large-scale, hardedge abstract paintings of syncopated shards of high-volume color. But for two decades, a different, more intimate body of work has woven through this output like a contrapuntal melody. … READ ON