Sharing our stories. Each week, Pelican Bomb brings you exhibition reviews, great features, intelligent interviews, and more.
Ashley L. Voss talks to artist Robyn LeRoy-Evans about the difficult balance of raising a child while nurturing a creative practice.
Laurence Ross contemplates William Eggleston’s focus on the everyday and the effect that has had on contemporary photography.
In anticipation of Hank Willis Thomas’ new site-specific project for “Prospect.4: The Lotus in Spite of the Swamp,” Dana Kopel visits the artist’s two exhibitions at the SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah.
Imani Jacqueline Brown looks at Kevin Brisco Jr.’s newest body of work, which questions how society places value on art objects and human lives.
Denise Frazier visits the Amistad Research Center’s exhibition of Jacob Lawrence’s silkscreen prints depicting scenes from the Haitian Revolution.
Fari Nzinga considers the importance of portraiture and representation in the group show currently on view at Stella Jones Gallery.
Dillon Raborn places Adrianna Speer’s recent works—on view in an exhibition in Baton Rouge—in a lineage of abstract painting and sculpture.
Brooke Schueller stops by VR Arcade NOLA and tries her hand at drawing in virtual reality.
Benjamin Morris watches Jacob Dwyer’s recent film, which the artist shot during a residency in New Orleans with Deltaworkers.
Anna Mecugni visits Sidonie Villere’s current show at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery and discusses the artist’s introduction of new materials into her practice.