Nancy McCrary and all the good folks at South x Southeast bring us an early fall issue filled with splendid images and thoughtful discussions of all things photographic in the Southeast.
This is, nominally, the Boy's Issue, to complement last summer's Girl's Issue.
Work by the Boys includes Todd Murphy’s images of Antarctica, Thomas Neff's portraits of Katrina survivors, Tom Chambers' evocative neoRomantic images of people and critters in nature, Jerry Siegel's portraits of Southern artists, Mark Caceres’ portraits of dirt racers in Alabama, Alex Leme’s meditations on the geometry of libraries, Matt Eich's panoramic images of (mostly) Southern locations, Daniel Kramer's attention to color and composition in Houston, and Jon Morgan's haunting images of American town-, city-, and people-scapes.
Also, in this election year, we have Steve Schapiro's images from the Civil Rights protests of the 1960's and Christopher Morris' images from the White House during the presidencies of both George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
Also not to miss are interviews with Geraldine Chouard, the author of a new book on Eudora Welty, and with Roger Robson, CEO of the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts.
All in all, another fine issue, and its all yours for a very small consideration.
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