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June 2011 Featured Photographer : Lauren Henkin

The extent of many people’s experience in the small capital city of Charleston, West Virginia, is undoubtedly the drive through it on an interstate highway. Still, a brief stop may be in order. As evinced by Lauren Henkin’s photographs of … Continue reading

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Support Jeff Rich in His Effort to Save the French Broad River

Photograph by Jeff Rich, French Broad River, North Carolina On Saturday, June 11, photographer Jeff Rich will be taking part in the Save the French Broad River Trip to raise money for the Western North Carolina Alliance (WNCA). Support Rich … Continue reading

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May 2011 Featured Photographers : Farnell & Powell

Rising gas prices may be making Sunday drives unfeasible for families today, but they were once popular across the United States. Inspired by the outings of their youth and evoking the macabre curiosity of children, Cynthia Farnell and Dan Powell … Continue reading

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Photography Grants and Open Calls (May 2011)

Every month, we try to collect information about grants, exhibitions, residencies, open calls, etc., that might interest you. Here are some current goings-on at the Center for Documentary Studies, The Photo Review, The Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation, Photo Center NW, and … Continue reading

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May 2011 Featured Photographer : Eliot Dudik

Visitors to the Lowcountry may easily overlook the fact that the water is not just an attraction, but a way of life. Even as new developments shift the social and environmental makeup of South Carolina’s East Coast, Eliot Dudik’s photographs … Continue reading

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Visual Influences Series:
David Simonton

I’m considered to be a Southern photographer. But I didn’t move to the South until 1989 when I was 36 years old. Before that I lived in the Garden State, which (you may be surprised to learn) is New Jersey. … Continue reading

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April 2011 Featured Photographer : Tommy Kha

Referencing the mid-20th century CBS game show of the same name, Tommy Kha’s self-portrait series What’s My Line? shows Kha in a variety of fictional occupations. These photographs examine the dynamic between familial expectations and personal aspirations. Click here to … Continue reading

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Photography Grants and Open Calls (April 2011)

Every month, we try to collect information about grants, exhibitions, residencies, open calls, etc., that might interest you. This time we’ve got a really great list of opportunities. Here are some current goings-on at Foam Magazine, Burn Magazine, The Center … Continue reading

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March 2011 Featured Photographer : Jonathan Traviesa

Jonathan Traviesa has photographed a close circle of New Orleanians for more than a decade. Now he’s turning his attention to New Orleans’ newest residents—the Latino immigrants, social service workers, and artists who are reshaping the city post-Katrina. Click here … Continue reading

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Photography Grants and Open Calls (March 2011)

Every month, we try to collect information about grants, exhibitions, residencies, open calls, etc., that might interest you. This time we’ve got details about an exhibition for North Carolinians, a documentary photography exhibition in New York and Washington, D.C., and … Continue reading

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