Tuesday, March 31, 2015
More News of Southern Photographers -- Late Spring 2014
1. Chapel Hill, NC - based photographer Lori Vrba (see image above) is the subject of a feature interview by Aline Smithson in the online photography magazine Lenscratch, here.
The interview comes on the occasion of the publication of Vrba's first monograph, The Moth Wing Diaries, from Hillsborough, NC's Daylight Books.
2. The work of New Hampshire-based photographer Margo Cooper (see image above) documenting the world of blues people in the Mississippi Delta has been featured in the New York Times LENS blog, here.
3. Louisiana-based photographer Debbie Fleming Caffrey (see image above) will have a major show of her work opening at the Octavia Gallery in New Orleans on April 11th and up through May 23rd, 2015.
For more on this show, go here. For an interview with Caffrey in photo-eye, go here.
4. Richmond, VA-based photographer Susan Worsham (see image above) has work in the inaugural issue of the magazine The Ones We Love, here.
5. Greenville, NC-based photographer Daniel Kariko (see image above) has been featured by Aline Smithson in the on-line magazine Lenscratch, here.
6. Biloxi Bay, MS-based photographer Susan Guice (see image above) has also been featured by Aline Smithson in Lenscratch, here.
7. Charlotte, NC's Light Factory has been reborn as a center for photography. Their Annuale photography competition has just concluded, with an exhibition opening on April 24th, 2015.
Among this year's winners are Raleigh, NC-based photographer Diana Bloomfield (see image above), Charlotte, NC-based photographer Micah Cash, Atlanta, GA-based photographer Beth Lilly (see image below), and Houston, TX-based photographer Jeremy Underwood.
8. Houston-based photographer Maxine Helfman (see image below) has photographs featured in the current issue of Kat Kiernan's magazine Don't Take Pictures, here.
9. South Texas-based photographer Armando Alvarez (See image below) has a story A Beautiful Dark about his work on the Oxford American website, here.
10. Honorary Southern Photographer Magdalena Sole (see image below) has work featured on the Ain't Bad Magazine's website, here.
Enough for now, but back soon, with more news.