Until October 2, 2014 the Savannah College of Art presents the exhibition Jack Leigh: Full Circle, Low Country Photographs, 1972-2004. The exhibition moves beyond the singular image of the famous statue and explores a thread of influence through Jack Leigh’s documentation of low country terrain, industries and people that are presented alongside works by photographers who inspired him, such as Eva Rubenstein, Walker Evans, Helen Levitt and George Tice.
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