Issue 51: Fall 2005 — Southern Art & Architecture Issue
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“One thing that has not changed…is a cordial contempt for the Southern provinces that prevails among the mandarins of the art establishment. To no small percentage of these urban sophisticates, a Southern art collection is a velvet Elvis, a NASCAR poster, and a concrete yard gnome.” — Hal Crowther, “The Outsider”
Essays by Erik Reece, William Gay, Roy Reed, and Patty Friedman. Interview with master architect E. Fay Jones. Tessa DeCarlo explores Thornton Dial.
Presenting art by Carroll Cloar, John A. Mooney, Charles Willson Peale, and many, many more.