There was something charming about a guy standing on a ladder, asking for everyone to stay still while his camera swiveled around the arena. The audio (and video) is a bit shaky on this clip, but it's worth checking out.
"This set of photographs is NOT an endorsement of the KKK, the National Socialist Movement or any other hate group. I do not agree with anything they say. These images are documents of what happened in Rome, GA and later in Temple, GA on Saturday, April 23, 2016. This is a photo essay describing the events of the day. I am a social documentary photographer and not a member of any of these groups."
"One Las Vegas, a twin tower condominium high-rise on the south end of Las Vegas Boulevard, recently completed a $2 million remodeling project to enrich the community through art, design and lifestyle. This included the commission and installation of a massive, 54-foot custom photographic installation, “Water Way,” that now heralds entrance into the main tower, creating a beautiful feeling of calm and peace via an artful depiction of water and its movement. The masterpiece is the work of critically acclaimed artist and photographer Marilyn Suriani."
"In conceptualizing this show I regularly thought of the realities of gender and sexuality. I wanted to create a show that brought both of these ubiquitous qualities into the viewer’s mind while maintaining a sense of fun. With the recent surge of popularity in drag culture amongst mainstream media, I thought that drag queens would be an appropriate way in which to do so. Drag queens personify a mixture of gender, sexuality, excitement and a sense of wonder.
The exhibition features work by photographer Jon Dean, a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design. He received his BFA in Photography and now works in Atlanta, GA. His ability to convey individuality and penchant for storytelling is remarkable. His work within the queer community is both innovative and imaginative. The work includes color-photograph portraits of drag entertainers. The work asks the viewer to consider the individual behind these entertainment personalities."