Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Tamara Reynolds in the New York Times -- and Other News of the Season

Work from Nashville-based photographer Tamara Reynolds' Southern Route portfolio was featured in the New York Times' Lens blog in late November, go here.

This is Reynolds' second appearance in the NY Times this year, the other coming back in June, go here.

I think Reynolds is one of the finest photographers working in the South today, so this recognition from the NY Times is richly deserved. 

In addition, Columbia, SC-based photographer Kathleen Robbins, another of the finest photographers working in the South today, was featured in an interview with Eliza Bourne, managing editor of the Oxford American, and you can read that interview here.

Terri Garland, another fine Southern photographer, published a portfolio of her work called Louisiana Purchased, in the Oxford American, and you can see it here.

Other Southern photographers featured recently in the news include the following photographers recognized by Jeff Rich through inclusion in his Eyes on the South feature of the Oxford American, since we last checked:

Brant Barrett, Fred Hirschman, Cody Cobb, Michael Clausen, Dennis Church, Marcie Hancock, Lara Shipley, Antone Dolezal, Carey Gough, Adam Forrester, Missy Prince, and Johnathon Kelso.

And, last but not least, Eliot Dudik's show at the Morris Museum of Art in Augusta, GA, with work from his Broken Land portfolio, has been extended beyond its original mid-December closing date, so you wtill have time to get over to Augusta and see this fine work.

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