Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Southern Photographers in the News and in the Galleries -- Updated
Raleigh-based photographer David Simonton has work from his portfolio Of This Place now featured on the blog La Journal de la Photographie.
Chapel Hill-based photographer elin o'Hara slavick has published a book of images from her portfolio After Hiroshima, from Daylight Books. These images are cyanotypes of artifacts from the ruins of Hiroshima, collected after the nuclear bombing of the city.
Slavick’s images will also be featured in a show entitled Until What Has Disappeared Appears, up at the Stephen Cohen Gallery, in Los Angeles, CA, opening September 19th and up through November 2nd, 2013.
Atlanta-based photographer Jane Robbins Kerr has work from her portfolio American South Red and Blue, is currently on view in the Gammill Gallery in Barnard Observatory on the campus of the University of Mississippi.
The Center for the Study of Southern Culture at Old Miss now has an interview with Kerr in the latest issue of their newsletter The Southern Register.
The Southeast Museum of Photography, in Daytona Beach, Florida, has up now an exhibition of work from Critical Mass 2012, including work by a number of Southern photographers. Among them is Columbia, SC-based photographer Kathleen Robbins.
This show is up through October 6th, 2013.
The PDNB Gallery in Dallas will have a show entitled WILLIAM EGGLESTON: His Circle and Beyond, including work by John Baldesarri, Peter Brown, William Christenberry, David Graham, William Greiner, Birney Imes, Bill Owens, Stephen Shore, Neal Slavin, and Alec Soth, as well as Eggleston, opening September 7th and up through November 9th, 2013.
And, finally, to bring photography, galleries, and publications together, Jennifer Schwartz, of Jennifer Schwartz Gallery in Atlanta, has had her project Crusade for Art featured in Photo District News, here.