The latest issue (Volume IX, Issue 4) of South by South East (S[x]SE) Photography Magazine is now out for July/August 2014, and it has all the fine photography and engaging features we have come to expect from S[x]SE.
Editor Nancy McCrary features in this issue portfolios of work that all deal in one way or another with the subject of the food and water of the American South.
She opens, however, with a fine interview with the distinguished Southern photographer Burk Uzzle, former shooter for Magnum and Life, who now lives and works in Wilson, NC.
Uzzle continues to have a brilliant career as a photographer, but he is perhaps best known for making the image shown above, at the Woodstock Festival, only 45 years ago.
Portfolios offered here on food are by the photographers Dan Routh, Tom Meyer, Raymond Grubb (see image above), and Rob Amberg.
Portfolios of work on the theme of water are by the photographers Raymond Grubb (getting a twofer),Paul Hagedorn, Bryce Lankard (see image second below), David Foster, Susan Friedland (see image below), Tim Lewis, Lorrie Dallek, Evan Leavitt, Lisa Eveleigh, Marla Puziss, Todd Smith, Kevin Thrasher, Margaret B. Smith, Don Norris (see image above), and Tom Meyer (another twofer).
In addition to all this excellent photography, there are interviews with Brett Abbott, Amanda Smith, and Andy Cotton, as well as all the other features we have come to expect, and value, from S[x]SE.
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