New Delta Rising

November 2012     New Delta Rising Edited and photographed by Magdalena Sole’ Introduction by Rick Bragg Narratives by Tom Lassiter University Press of Mississippi Cloth, $38.00 A compelling look at the people and places of today’s Mississippi Delta   … Read More

Aaron Canipe

November 2012 Native Place Artist’s Statement Aaron’s work is about what it means to live in the American South in the 21st century. In his home state of North Carolina, Aaron’s photography seeks out themes that center around religion, storytelling, and … Read More

Donna Rosser | Second Prize

November 2012   Family Tree Artist’s Statement Do we ever really own anything, or are we merely stewards of items while they are in our possession? Belongings of past generations may have some monetary value, or perhaps not so much. They … Read More

Jerry Atnip

November 2012   River Rats I Artist’s Statement For the last 35 years, my photographic projects have given me the privilege to travel throughout the world, exploring the diversity of the lands and their people. This selection of images is a … Read More

5 Questions |Rebekah Jacob | Rebekah Jacob Gallery, Charleston, S.C.

November 2012    Rebekah Jacob   WHO Owner of Rebekah Jacob Gallery, Charleston, South Carolina. (My adopted city as I grew up in Clarksdale, Mississippi, and then attended Ole Miss, in Oxford). RJG shows well-known photographers such as Jerry Siegel, … Read More

Clay Fisher

November 2012   First Snow of the Season Artist’s Statement Like many Southern photographers during the fall season, I and two of my best photography friends headed out for a four-day weekend to capture the vibrant colors of nature in the … Read More

John Lusk Hathaway – Third Prize

November 2012   Little Stony Creek, Watauga Lake, TN, 2011 Artist’s Statement wild | life: This photographic body of work loosely explores the topography of a Southeastern broad leaf forest, but as integral as the forest is, the natural setting becomes a … Read More

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