Burnaway > Birmingham

Artist Andrew “Drew” Galloway (1964 – 2018), died on Tuesday, September 18 in Birmingham, Alabama. Born in Birmingham, he was a longtime resident of Atlanta before eventually returning to his home state. Galloway studied at the Alabama School of…

Bill and Vicky Stewart are the owners of Vamp and Tramp Booksellers, one of the largest and most respected vendors of artists’ books and fine press books in the United States. Vamp and Tramp is based in Birmingham, Alabama….

For our new column “5×7,” we pose seven questions to five people who have similar careers, practices, or interests. For the second installment, we asked artists to describe their work and studio habits, what they have recently been up…

Horace Ballard, a former educator at the Rhode Island School of Design, is the new curator of education at the Birmingham Museum of Art. A PhD candidate at Brown University, he recently completed a dissertation on 19th century American photography, titled…

Willie Cole is no stranger to Birmingham audiences. His work was the subject of a 2007 touring retrospective and a 2013 solo exhibition at beta pictoris gallery, so one might wonder what revelations could possibly appear in “Willie Cole: Transformations”…

Adam Ferriss

Adam Ferriss’s Quantum Harmonic Oscillator project is nauseating. This is a compliment, because it reflects the fact that, at certain moments, the enormous, three-channel installation truly envelops the viewer. Recently on view at the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual…

Four Southern artists are among the eight recipients of the 2014 Tanne Foundation Awards. The awards are given in varying amounts and this year total $42,000, divided among seven artists and an artist-run organization. Atlanta’s Bojana Ginn, whose exhibition…