Southeast Museum of Photography closed 03/02 - 05/02/12

These are portraits of contemporary Americans made as a tintype image using a technology and a technique from the middle of the nineteenth century. "Each image in this project presents a face and is titled simply with a first name. The title of the project alludes to the hyphenated character of American identities (Irish-American, African-American, etc.), while only emphasizing the shared American identity." - Keliy Anderson-Staley Free admission & parking Museum Hours: T,Th,F 11-5pm, W 11-7pm, Sat & Sun... Read more