Robert Klein Gallery presents Stories from the South, a new exhibition of photographs by long-time Magnum photographer, Constantine Manos. This exhibition features vintage prints of some of the artist’s earliest work taken in his native South Carolina. Beginning in 1952, the 18-year old Manos tackled a variety of subjects, including the inhabitants of Daufuskie Island, a small island off the coast of South Carolina, as well as a Ku Klux Klan rally near his hometown of Columbia, South Carolina. After the creation of his seminal body of work, A Greek Portfolio, Manos would continue photographing in South Carolina. How work […]
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