Monday, August 28, 2017
News of Southern Photographers, UPDATED -- Late Summer, 2017
We will update this blog entry as more news comes in. But for no, we have the following items:
Durham-based photographer Chris Sims (see image above) has been working for some time on his portfolio Theater of War, documenting the pretend villages of Iraq and Afghanistan that one finds on some military bases in the American South.
Sims' work is now featured on the Atlas Obscura website, go here.
Charleston's Rebekah Jacob Gallery has recently been the subject of a feature story in Charleston's City Paper, go here.
There is an update on this story, from the City Paper, go here.
Savannah-based photographer Emily Earl (see image above) has been chosen by the Atlanta Photography Group to receive the annual $2500 APG/High Museum of Art Purchase Award.
As a result, seven pieces from Earl’s portfolio Late Night Polaroids will be added to the permanent collection of photography at the High Museum.