Monday, September 21, 2009

Roman Alokhin at Slow Exposures

Roman Alokhim, a New Orleans-based photographer, has exceptionally strong work in Slow Exposures 2009, now open in the Candler Field Museum at 349 Jonathan's Roost Road, Williamson, GA.

Roman's work in this show is drawn from ongoing projects documenting social and cultural change in Selma, Alabama, a city well-known for its pivotal role in the Civil Rights revolution of the 1960's.

His work in Slow Exposures also includes a piece from his body of work made in Gee's Bend, Alabama, among the quilters whose lives have been transformed by national recognition of the aesthetic strength of their art.

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