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Eyes on the South

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Clay and Water

For Mika Fengler, the practice of photography is a buffer against “the incessant drumming of capitalism’s effects on culture and the land.”

By Mika Fengler

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Loud Quiet Loud

In “The Kids Will Be All Right,” Jones collects a set of black-and-white photographs that exist on the border of calm and chaos.

By Cory Jones

Issue 120, Spring 2023

Dear Atlanta: Manipulation of the Reflection

In her visual love letter to ATL, Nicole Hernandez photographs authentic interactions between friends, lovers, and mothers.

By Nicole Hernandez

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Atlanta Signage: Looking Up

This ongoing photo series gives light to the seemingly overlooked places and signs in Atlanta that may not stand the test of time and gentrification.


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You are Where you're Supposed to Be

Through processed photos, image-based artist Billie Carter-Rankin witnesses her grandmother's growth in Milwaukee as part of the Southerners who moved North during the Great Migration.

By Billie Carter-Rankin

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Fossils of the Future

Kristen Regan imagines modernized fossils made up of organic elements fused with discarded plastic objects.

By Kristen Regan

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Hunting for the Archetype

I hunt for the archetype in the landscape and find hints of the apocalypse in the world around me.

By Julie Dermansky

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In Two Places at Once

June Canedo de Souza documents the very nature of families and the notion of home.

By June Canedo de Souza

Documenting Deeply

By Will Warasila

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A Way Home

Photographer Jay Simple explores ideas surrounding migration and the definition of home through self-portraiture, archival photographs, and sculptural installations.

By Jay Simple

The Coast of Baton Rouge

By William Greiner

Childhood Dreams, Adult Realities

By Dason Pettit