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Naudline Pierre by Stephanie E. Goodalle
Painting of a nude, orange figure ascending into a pink sky surrounded by multi-colored winged figures.

On the eve of her fall exhibitions at Prospect.5 in New Orleans and the Dallas Museum of Art, Pierre shares the prerequisites for making her visionary, color-saturated paintings.

Naudline Pierre by Stephanie E. Goodalle
Painting of a nude, orange figure ascending into a pink sky surrounded by multi-colored winged figures.

On the eve of her fall exhibitions at Prospect.5 in New Orleans and the Dallas Museum of Art, Pierre shares the prerequisites for making her visionary, color-saturated paintings.

Scales and Measures: Roger White Interviewed by Spencer Everett
A painting of transparent plastic packaging against a white background.

Framing time through still life and beyond.

“O my body, make of me always a man who questions!”: Shikeith Interviewed by Jessica Lanay
An video still image of the face of a Black man covered in sweat while lying on the floor.

Photography, sculpture, installation, and performance that illuminate Black queer experience.

Reconfigured Bodies: Annette Wehrhahn Interviewed by Fabienne Lasserre
An abstract painting of red and yellow splotches and tassels around the edges titled, Bust, by Annette Wehrhahn

Paintings that address life’s messiness.

Suzanne Jackson by Barbara McCullough
A painting with with yellow and red abstract pinwheel-like shapes suspended by two hanging wires.

A veteran of the post–Watts Rebellion creative community in LA, Jackson revisits pivotal moments from her career in painting and Black activism.

Culture as Dialogue: Vasantha Yogananthan Interviewed by Will Fenstermaker
A color photograph of monkeys climbing bars in the fog titled, Vanar and Markat, by Vasantha Yogananthan

A photobook retells the Ramayana.

Hispanic Heritage: Latinx Contributors to BOMB Magazine
A simple text graphic that reads "Latinx Contributors" in white text over a red background.

To celebrate the end of Hispanic Heritage month, explore our list of Latinx contributors to BOMB over the decades. This is an ongoing list.

Portfolio by Manthia Diawara
Sèmbene Ousmane stands on a shoreline smoking a pipe and wearing a winter hat.
Candice Lin by Catherine Damman
A tent made of indigo-dyed fabric panels, flanked on each side by gargoyle-like statues.

Guided by the colonial histories of indigo and opium, Candice Lin’s new installation, Seeping, Rotting, Resting, Weeping, includes a feline temple, a spam-laden qigong video, and interactive sculptures the artist calls “tactile theaters.”

Nothing Is Missed: Leonardo Drew Interviewed by Kennedy Yanko
A large wall installation consisting of larger and smaller pieces of wood, paint, and black garnet stones on paper.

Working through materials as an external and internal journey.

Inclusive Family: Elliott Hundley Interviewed by Osman Can Yerebakan
A large predominantly red collage consisting of oil stick, encaustic, paper, plastic, pins, photographs, fabric, foam and linen on panel.

Collages as characters.

Things Fall Apart: Gabriela Salazar Interviewed by Louis Bury
A cast of a window hung on the wall of a domestic interior titled, Low Relief for High Water, by Gabriela Salazar

Sculptures that investigate architectural forms.

Fluid Interpretations: Lisa Corinne Davis Interviewed by Leslie Wayne
A colorful abstraction featuring geometric and organic shapes titled, Deductive Data, by Lisa Corinne Davis.

Abstract painting as a way of rendering the complexities of individual experience.

Critique and Care: Sheida Soleimani Interviewed by Cassie Packard
a collage featuring lobsters a white pot and whiffle balls and a bat titled, ​Bayou Choctaw Sweet, Sheida Soleimani

Photomontages that expose power and brutality.

An Atmosphere of Threat: Betty Tompkins Interviewed by Bean Gilsdorf
pink words are written over the female figure in a reproduced Vermeer painting titled, Women Words (Vermeer #4), by Betty Tompkins

Art that confronts abuse toward women.

Black Phenomena: On Afropessimism & Camp by Hafizah Geter
A Black man’s mouth with a trim goatee and a set of gold and diamond encrusted grills on his lower teeth.
Valuing the Discarded: Michael Mahalchick Interviewed by Elisabeth Kley
a collection of comical and grotesque masks affixed to the wall titled, Masks, by ​Michael Mahalchicki

Sculptures made with latex and found objects.

Fellowships and Residencies Fall 2021
2021 Fall Residencies 1

Our quarterly roundup of fellowships, residencies, and prizes accepting applications.

Generating Friction: Jamie Crewe Interviewed by Caroline Elbaor
A collage featuring text a woman's resting head and crossing orange lines titled, An amalgam, by Jamie Crewe

Depicting the complicated, conflicting, and ambivalent parts of transgender experience.

The Multiple Becomes Unique: Tom Lecky Interviewed by Kim Beil
Bernard Taylor Cover

A photobook playfully documents local history.

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