Some news of late:
1. Chapel Hill-based photographer Susan Harbage Page (image above) has had her "seductively disturbing" work on the history of race in America and in the American South featured on the saint lucy website on contemporary photography, here.
Page also had an exhibition of her work earlier this year in Il Sangue Delle Donne,
in Rome, Italy.
2. Western Carolina University professor of photography Cathryn Griffin (see images directly above and immediately below) is having a show of work from her Somewhere between Here and There portfolio, at the Asheville Art Museum, up now through January 10th, 2016.
The show then moves to the East Tennessee State University Reece Museum, where it will be on display from January – March 2016.
3. The folks who run the Atlanta Celebrates Photography festival are celebrating the awarding of ACP's first grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, more here.
4. New Orleans-based photographer Roman Alokhin (see image above) is having a show of photographs from his Queen Selma portfolio up at the Scott Edwards Photography Gallery in New Orleans, up now through April 10th, 2016.
5. Shenandoah Valley, VA based photographer Joshua Spees (see image above) has had work from his State of Granite portfolio featured in fraction magazine, go here.
6. Greenville, SC-based photographer Terri Bright (see image above) has had work from her Sonnets portfolio featured in fraction magazine, go here.
7. The States Project of the blog Lenscratch has stopped in Alabama, where it featured Caitlin Peterson (see image above), as well as the following:
Zachary McCauley (see image above), also
Jared Ragland (see image above), also
Jerry Siegel (see image above), also
Jenny Fine (see image above), also
Dakota Sumpter (see image above), and
Devin Lunsford (see image above).
8. There is a great interview with Sumner, MS-based photographer Maude Schuyler Clay (see image above) here in the Clarion-Ledger newspaper out of Jackson, Mississippi.
9 Charlottesville, VA-based photographer Matt Eich has work now up on the National Geographic website PROOF section, under the title The Sellers Way: Lessons on Life, Love, and Connectedness, go here.
And that's all the news for now, folks.
But there is always more to come on the Southern Photographer. Stay tuned.