David Diodate talks with Beth Lilly
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David Diodate talks about becoming an emerging artist at 44, after a nearly 20-year hiatus spent in other careers and then as a stay-at-home Dad. David lives in Birmingham and has shown his work there as well as in Atlanta … Read More

Sally Mann talks with Jerry Atnip
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  Jerry Atnip: Hold Still takes us through a wild collision course of two families that resulted in one woman inheriting the necessary intelligence and strong characteristics from both sides to break new ground in what has become the most popular art form in the world today.  … Read More

Summer in the City by Lorrie Dallek
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Unlike all of my images up until this point, this body of work is in black-and-white rather than in color.  It was also created close to home, in my home town of New York rather than in another country.  When … Read More

Elizabeth Avedon by Jerry Atnip
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Jerry Atnip recently sat down with the multi-titled Elizabeth Avedon: art director, book and exhibition designer, curator, portfolio reviewer, writer, educator, friend to photographers and creator of the important Elizabeth Avedon blog.   JA Elizabeth, you’ve led a storied career. … Read More

Harold Feinstein “One Hundred Flowers” by Tony Casadonte, Lumiere Gallery Atlanta
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  From the Facebook page of Harold Feinstein, June 22, 2015 It is with the deepest sadness that we announce the death of Harold Feinstein in his home on Saturday, June 20, 2015 at the age of 84. His loving … Read More

Two Run Valley by Diane Kirkland
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This has been a moist muggy summer in north Georgia, resulting in an environment of thick green jungle-like lushness.  The landscape looks especially abundant when the air is so saturated with moisture that a misty whiteness covers the sun’s rays … Read More

From The Archives — Erasing Sally Mann by Maude Schuyler Clay
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ARCHIVE: South x Southeast photomagazine, August 2011 …       Sally Mann came to visit me in Mississippi in the year 2000. We traveled around for several days, and she shot many 8×10’s of the Delta landscape, which ended … Read More

Black Basin by Adam Bellefeuil
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  Black Basin (2013–) Some years ago I started photographing at night during the winter months, a time when I’m stuck at work staring at a screen for all of the daylight hours. What began out of practicality and frustration … Read More

Spencer Throckmorton by Victoria Amador
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Spencer Throckmorton, the owner of Throckmorton Fine Art in New York, which will be running an exceptional photographic exhibition entitled “Mirror, Mirror…Portraits of Frida Kahlo” through September 19, 2015. Despite a busy schedule, Spencer was kind enough to answer ten … Read More

Without Regard to Sex, Race, or Color: The Past, Present, and Future of One Historically Black College | Andrew Feiler talks with Nancy McCrary
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    Morris Brown College was established in 1881 and opened its doors in 1885 with the creditable vision of providing an opportunity for people of color. Over the course of more than 120 years, the college enrolled tens of … Read More

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