Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Southern Photographers Out and About in January 2013

Some Good News about Southern photographers who are going places, having shows, appearing hither and yon.

Southern Photographer in Morocco

Nashville-based photographer Hollis Bennett has been awarded a residency in Morocco to photograph the Sidi Ali Ben Hamdouch pilgrimage festival, a fusion of Islam and Moroccan folklore.

Southern Photographer at the NC Museum of Art

Charlottesville-based photographer Pamela Pecchio, opening a show, Dwelling: Interiors by Page Laughlin and Pamela Pecchio,  on February 10, to be up at the NCMA through July 28, 2013.

Southern Photographer in International Photography Awards

Atlanta-based photographer Donna Rosser, with an Honorable Mention, also in the Family Exhibition at the Detroit Center for Photography.

Southern Photographers on the on-line Gallery Great Leap Sideways

Richmond-based photographer Susan Worsham, from her portfolio  By the Grace of God.
Texas-born photographer Bryan Schutmaat, from his portfolio Grays The Mountain Sends.

Southern Photographers in Fraction Magazine 

Issue 46

Mississippi-born photographer Missy Prince, with work from her portfolio Mississippi  (see image above).
Atlanta-based photographer Anthony Earl Smith, with work from his portfolio In Dog Years.

Issue 45

Texas-based photographer Jason Reed, with work from his portfolio Three Palms Inn.
New Orleans-based photographer Sophie Lvoff, with work from her portfolio Hell's Bells/Sulfur/Honey.

Southern Photographers in  Looking At The Land, a digital exhibition of contemporary landscape photography, curated by Flak Photo‘s Andy Adams.

Jody Ake
Ryan Boatright
Christine Carr
Eliot Dudik
Joshua Dudley Greer
Chuck Hemard
Nicole Jean Hill
Sophie Lvoff
Dana Mueller
Laura Noel
Pamela Pecchio
Susana Rabb
Jennifer Ray
Justin James Reed 
Chad Ress
Jeff Rich
Michael Sebastian
Jon-Philip Sheridan
Brian Ulrich

Keep up the good work, everyone!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you John Wall for the mention of my IPA Honorable Mention and the photo in "Family" in Detroit. The photo in Detroit is the same one that was second at SlowExposures last September.