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Amy Evans: Art & Pie

This August, Amy C. Evans left her role as lead oral historian of the Southern Foodways Alliance, where, over the last twelve years, she conducted more than two-hundred individual interviews around the South and beyond.
Department: ART
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EYES ON THE SOUTH: Missy Prince

"To love a place from a distance is to embellish it with memory, desire, and myth. Why Don't You Come Home is a fantasy, a lyric, and a document of one of several returns to the place where I grew up. It is part of an ongoing exploration of a South that is both familiar and strange, both real and imagined."
Department: ART
INTERVIEW: Kathleen Robbins on the landscape of the Delta Thumbnail

INTERVIEW: Kathleen Robbins on the landscape of the Delta

To witness the birds in mass is pretty invigorating, but I’m rarely confident about the relevance of any image when I’m making it, which is part of the charm for me in shooting film—the unknown caused by the delay between the exposure and the viewing of the transparency. I’m certainly not the first or last to photograph a flock of birds in the Delta, but I was pretty pleased when I first viewed the image in my studio in South Carolina.
Department: ART
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EYES ON THE SOUTH: Johnathon Kelso

This week's Eyes on the South features Johnathon Kelso's latest series, Highways & Byways: A Southern Revelation, currently on view at One Twelve Gallery in Atlanta.
Department: ART
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EYES ON THE SOUTH: Kevin Kline

This week we feature New Orleans–based artist Kevin Kline. His series Someday You Will Be a Memory... is a quiet, considered study of the residents of several New Orleans neighborhoods.
Department: ART
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