A few questions with Phillip March Jones

The artist’s latest project, <i>Points of Departure: Roadside Memorial Polaroids</i> collects polaroids of roadside memorials taken over the years during his cross country travels

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Louisiana-born artist Phillip March Jones stays busy. Sometimes he’s working as an independent curator, putting on exhibitions in Dallas or Louisville, other times he’s in Lexington working on the non-profit art space, Institute 193, that he founded. He recently relocated to Atlanta to work with Souls Grown Deep Foundation and from the looks of his portfolio, he also makes some time for making visionary, striking paintings.

His latest project, Points of Departure: Roadside Memorial Polaroids, collects polaroids of roadside memorials taken over the years during his cross country travels. CL caught up with him to talk about the forthcoming book and his recent relocation to Atlanta