Monday, July 5, 2010

High Museum

On thursday, I drove down to the High Museum here in Atlanta to see an exhibit by danish born photographer Peter Sekaer, who worked in the 30-40's documenting slums in major American cities. The images were small, but so full of life, the work seem to show such care and dedication towards its subject matter, really taking the images out of the realm of simply documenting to something more along the the lines of fine art. So i figured this week I'd put up an image I shot in a housing project in Savannah, to pay homage to a great documentary photographer like Seakaer.

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