This seminal exhibition and catalogue examines the propensity of southerners to involve themselves in narrative by telling verbal and visual stories that deal with their home, family, and land. The work of 29 artists living and working in the South is included, among them: Derek Boshier, James Drake, Vernon Fisher, Jimmy Jalapeeno, Melissa Miller, Julian Schnabel, Earl Staley, James Surls, Susan Whyne, and others. Includes comments by Linda L. Cathcart and Marti Mayo; essays by William S. Fagaly and Dr. Monroe K. Spears; and documentation on the artists’ careers.
1983. 80 pages; 6 color, 28 black-and-white reproductions. ISBN 0-936080-11-6 .