Portraying the South can be an intimidating endeavor for many photographers. This is not only true because there is a long legacy of photographers who have done so in a remarkable way, but also because the South is a region that continues to struggle with its identity, torn by its racial past and ambivalent present. It comes as no surprise that revisiting the South is a project that attracted Andrew Moore, a photographer known for his exploration of places in transformation and the documentation of “life in flux.”
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