Brett Levine reviews Jiha Moon at the Abroms-Engel Institute for Visual Arts, Birmingham.
Brett Levine speaks with Scott Miller about the plans for his new gallery space and the unique context of the Birmingham art community.
Melissa Yes reviews JUSTINJUST, a social justice focused exhibition at Space One Eleven.
Madeleine Seidel profiles the recent work of photographer Lucas Blalock whose unnerving images unpack a childhood trauma at Dinsey World.
Brett Levine visits Brandi Shah’s multi-media exhibition at Vinegar Projects, Birmingham.
James Michael Nichols considers the stigma around blood donation policies, a heavy focal point of artist Jordan Eagles’s work on view at AEIVA.
Madeleine Seidel finds an alternative version of history painting—and a different view of American history itself—in Jacob Lawrence’s Struggle series.
Hallie Ringle on Debra Riffe in Birmingham, Alabama.
Celestia Morgan draws attention to the ongoing impact of racially discriminatory housing practices such as redlining in an exhibition at the Birmingham Museum of Art.