Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Southern Photographers in Fraction 21

Fraction Magazine, one of the best and most influential online photography magazines, has included several photographers with Southern connections in its Issue 21, just online. Among these are  Kathleen Robbins and Susan Worsham, photographers already familiar to readers of this blog, as well as Savannah, GA photographer Jeff Rich, whose image of the Ivy River in Harriman, Tennessee, is above, and Houston, TX photographer Warren Harold, whose haunting image of his son is below.

For your information, Warren Harold's website is here and Jeff Rich's website is here. Fraction 21 also includes a review of the catalogue (Sally Mann: The Flesh and the Spirit) for Sally Mann's current show at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, by Daniel Coburn, here.

Fraction Magazine also has a blog, here. Fraction, magazine and blog, is based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, but its editors take a wide view of the world of photography, so it has been an originating source for a number of the entries on this blog, like this one. I am grateful to them for their good work.

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