At this gallery from Dallas, Texas, we love the colors and ambiance of the hot American South. We see work from color realist William Eggleston and “photographer of the banal” Stephen Shore. Despite being in black-and-white, the photographs of Danny Lyon and Earlie Hudnall exude warmth and vibrancy, especially in their coverage of African-American communities.
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