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American Masters of the Mississippi Gulf Coast

By Patti Carr Black
Categories: Mississippi

The four artists featured in American Masters of the Mississippi Gulf Coast: George Ohr, Dusti Bongé, Walter Anderson, Richmond Barthé are linked as pioneers of modernism in the South. In this catalog ...

Pleasant Journeys and Good Eats along the Way

Edited by Jay Williams
Preface by Kevin Grogan
Introduction by Donald Kuspit
Categories: Art And Architecture

Pleasant Journeys and Good Eats along the Way surveys John Baeder's thirty-five-year obsession with roadside architecture, especially America's diners, and complements Baeder's Morris Museum of Art exhibit ...

Must See Mississippi

Text by Mary Carol Miller
Photographs by Mary Rose Carter
Introduction by Greg Iles
Categories: Mississippi

Must See Mississippi: 50 Favorite Place is a fifty-site tour through the Magnolia State's historic locales, ranging from the graceful swinging bridge at Tishomingo State Park to the Biloxi Lighthouse, ...

Sacred and Profane

Edited by Carol Crown & Charles Russell
Categories: Southern Studies

Sacred and Profane: Voice and Vision in Southern Self-Taught Art presents historical and cultural analyses of southern self-taught art that focus on the cultural contexts of the art's creation, as well ...

Ed McGowin, Name Change

Categories: Art And Architecture

Ed McGowin (b. 1938) has, under a variety of names and guises, created an expansive body of art that ultimately falls outside of traditional categories. His paintings, sculptures, conceptual art projects, ...

Dunlap

By William Dunlap
Foreword by Julia Reed
Categories: Art And Architecture

When art reviewers have attempted to pin him down, Mississippi-born artist William Dunlap has called what he does "hypothetical realism. " "These places and situations don't exist, but they could," he ...

Illustrations of Epic and Voyage

When renowned Mississippi artist Walter Anderson read Don Quixote or the Iliad, he heightened the intensity of his engagement with each by creating line drawings of the characters on typing paper. Each ...

Lost Plantation

Along the fertile banks of the Mississippi River across from New Orleans, planter Camille Zeringue transformed a mediocre colonial plantation into a thriving gem of antebellum sugar production, complete ...

Just Above the Water

Florida has an abundance of excellent artists whose work reflects the traditions of their many diverse communities. Yet there has been, until now, no major publication that focuses on the state's visual ...

Forms of Tradition in Contemporary Spain

The fast-paced demands of a global economy make it increasingly difficult for folk and traditional artists to stay true to their heritages. All too often, artists either isolate themselves in an impossible ...