Saul Alexander Gallery presents South: A Personal View of Region 1-30 May, 2010

Image by c. Micheline Callicott James Island, 2009

A diverse collection of 35 mm format digital and large and
medium format film photographs explore how the southern location shapes the
view through the camera.  Recalling the
people we meet and the experiences that shape us, South: A Personal View of Region reflects on living and the vivid
landscape of memory. 

 “A trip to New Zealand in 2007 was the starting point
for a realization for me:  some of my
most important life events have taken place in the geographical south."  The photographs are of people and places as far away as New Zealand and as close as North Charleston.

The Saul Alexander Gallery is located at 68 Calhoun Street, Charleston in the main branch of the Charleston County Public Library.  The show will be up from 1 to 30 May, 2010.  The exhibit is free and open to the public.

The artist will be at the gallery from 4-5.30 on 1 May.

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