By Phong Bui
NOV 2021 | ArtSeen
Whatever we think of our love affair with Modernism, at times we think of our disdain for its ultimate objective being the constant rebuke of any previous art in order to claim a new birthright that would continue to do the same subsequently.
By Yvonne C. Garrett
APRIL 2021 | Books
In her debut, a memoir, Jones catalogues family violence as a part of her remembering; violence becomes a framework and connecting thread for the 13 vignettes that explore her own, her familys, and her hometown, Myrtle Beachs troubled and collective past.