Editor's Choice

The City of Nashville, Tennessee went through an extraordinary year in 2020, beginning with a tornado that ravaged the city, followed by a pandemic in a city reliant on tourism for its economy, and ending with the tragic bombing on Christmas morning. The Frist Museum of Art presents  N2020: Community Reflections, an online initiative that showcases creative expressions by an array of Nashville artists in response to the historic events and challenges of 2020. -editor

In ‘Evenings with the Moon’ I contemplate the power of universal experiences to unify and find transcendence. My images of the night draw on the moon as muse and the juxtaposition of darkness and light to express our shared longing for freedom, peace, love, and harmony amidst the chaos of the world. The gilded prints echo the luminosity of their celestial inspiration. This synthesis of form and content, paired with poetry and music, encourages the viewer to consider the commonalities in our collective consciousness. We all live under the same moon -Wendi Schneider

Ten minutes after I opened up my copy of Buildings of Mississippi I began mapping out my next road trip. And I was only on the second building. Being a child of the South I sometimes assume I'm familiar with most of the region. But, I had no idea the number of architectural gems in Mississippi. If back-road trips, architectural photography, history, or literature are your thing this book will serve you well. -Nancy McCrary

Curator's Choice

Nancy McCrary curated the exhibition Southern Landscapes, currently hanging on the walls of South x Southeast Gallery and online at sxsegallery.com.

She chose 8 photographers from the show to be featured in this issue.

All images are for sale on sxsegallery.com. Please help support your fellow artists. 

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