Wednesday, May 27, 2015
S[x]SE for Late Spring 2015
The latest issue of South by South East (S[x]SE) Photography Magazine (Volume 4, Issue 6) is now out for late spring 2015, and it has all the fine photography and engaging features we have come to expect from S[x]SE.
Editor Nancy McCrary has declared this to be the photobook issue.
The feature story, by Barbara Griffin, highlights photobooks by Malcolm Lightner, Jerry Park, Mario DiGiloramo, Ryan Moore, William Boling, Elizabeth Kleinveld and Epaul Julien (known in some circles as E2), Tim Lewis, David Halladay, Kael Alford (see image above), John Rosenthal, Dede Lusk, Willard Pate, and 27 fine New Orleans-based photographers brought together in a book entitled Inventing Reality: New Orleans Visionary Photography, edited by D. Eric Bookhardt.
McCrary notes that some of these photo books stretch our definition of a book, since one of the "books" is actually a can, while another is a series of QR codes that actually change daily.
This issue of S[x]SE also includes notice by Judy Sherrod of a show of photographs by Lewis Carroll, of Alice in Wonderland fame, now up at the Harry Ransom Center in Austin, TX, through July 6th, as well as an account of Sherrod's photo workshop Shootapalooza, by Angela Johnson.
Finally, S[x]SE brings us a report on Atlanta photographer Chip Simone's Advanced Photography Seminar, with work by a number of the folks who have benefited from participation, including Ben Helton, Jim Newberry, Q Oliver, Richard Skoonbery, Joseph Pizzuto, and Terri Darnell.
And you can have access to all this fine -- and award-winning -- work for a very reasonable fee, a very reasonable fee indeed.
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