Mark Steinmetz’s new book Past K-Ville is a poetic collection of photographs dating from the mid-1990s, that were made on road trips throughout the American South: Memphis, Atlanta, New Orleans, Chattanooga, and Athens, Georgia. Spray-painted rumours of romance punctuate a world comprised largely of teenagers and young couples. “I love the South for its warmth and chaos. The vegetation down here grows rampant;...
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