Sunday, September 6, 2015

Catching Up with Eyes on the South -- Late Summer 2015

Here is work by photographers of the South included -- since we last checked -- in Jeff Rich's ongoing Eyes on the South series,  from the Oxford American.

New Orleans-based photographer Lee Deigaard (see image above), with her infrared photographs of animals in the wild.
New Orleans-based photographer David Spielman, (see image above) with his black and white images of New Orleans post-Katrina.

Florida-born but Philadelphia-based photographer Daniel Kraus (see image above) with his images documenting the lives of evangelical clergy in rural Florida, from his portfolio Do Not Grow Weary.

More images of Florida, this time from New Orleans-based photographer Brian McSwain (see image above), from his Florida Heartland portfolio.

Atlanta-based photographer Matt Bower (see image above) with images of Southern towns that time forgot in the South, from his On the Way Home portfolio.

Decatur, GA-based photographer Cait Kovac (see image above) with images of Southern town that time is overtaking, from her Slow Process portfolio. 

Jackson, TN-based photographer Aaron Hardin (see image above) with images from his Jackson portfolio depicting life in Tennessee.

Philadelphia-based photographer Keith Yahrling (see image above), with images from his For the Revolution portfolio showing how Revolutionary War battle sites as they look today. 
 Side View Mirror, 2008 | all photos by Phil Jung

Finally, Massachusetts-based photographer Phil Jung (see image above), with images from his Windscreens portfolio exploring the interiors of automobiles (chiefly) in the South. 
That's the group for now -- but we'll be back to see what Jeff Rich has for us in the days and weeks ahead.

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