Sharing our stories. Each week, Pelican Bomb brings you exhibition reviews, great features, intelligent interviews, and more.
Taylor Murrow writes about Shawne Major’s mixed-media assemblages, currently on view at the Isaac Delgado Fine Arts Gallery.
Dillon Raborn reflects on the interconnectedness of three artists’ practices in a recent exhibition at The Front.
Artist and PARSE resident Casey Ruble gives a preview of her forthcoming documentary film, which is inspired by the story of Eulalie Mandeville.
Fari Nzinga visits Polo Silk’s current exhibition at Antenna, which presents the photographer’s documentation of bounce culture over the past three decades.
Allison Glenn reflects on her own understanding, as someone who is not from the South, of the removal of Confederate monuments in New Orleans.
Dillon Raborn visits David Knox’s current show at Cole Pratt Gallery, which blends photographs from the Civil War and present day.
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.