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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
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
Documenting the unique traditions of the Uptown neighborhoods, Brown captures the lively atmosphere of “masking” on Mardi Gras.
By Rob Brown
This ongoing photo series gives light to the seemingly overlooked places and signs in Atlanta that may not stand the test of time and...
Through processed photos, image-based artist Billie Carter-Rankin witnesses her grandmother's growth in Milwaukee as part of the Southerners who...
By Billie Carter-Rankin
In her visual love letter to ATL, Nicole Hernandez photographs authentic interactions between friends, lovers, and mothers.
By Nicole Hernandez
By Dason Pettit
From Yonder Wooded Hill explores photographer Riley Goodman’s blue-collar background and the Appalachian folklore of his upbringing.
By Riley Goodman
Home to the oldest Spiritualist community in the South, Cassadaga is one of the few places in the United States where mediums and healers practice year-round.
By Scott McIntyre
By Karen Halverson
In unsettling landscapes, Hanusik examines “the increasing fragility of the built environment and instability of the natural world.”
By Virginia Hanusik
By Shawne Brown
Adrian White creates a series of photographs documenting his family’s past and present while imagining a better future.
By Adrian White
By Tamara Reynolds
By Jeff Rich
Harris’s series documents independent film sets, exploring “how the region is seen, imagined, and created by contemporary visual storytellers.”
By Alex Harris
By Lake Roberson Newton