HIGH MUSEUM: Picturing the South - 25 Years

Showing at the High Museum Nov. 5, 2021–Feb. 6, 2022.

Picturing The South High Museum Exhibit 2021
Photo credit: Courtesy High Museum
An-My Lê (American, born Vietnam, 1960), High School Students after Black Lives Matter Protest, Lafayette Park, Washington, D.C., 2020

From the High Museum:

To mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Picturing the South initiative, the High will mount a major exhibition that brings together all the commissions for the first time. Taken as a whole, the photographs amount to a complex and layered archive of the region that addresses broad themes, from the legacy of slavery and racial justice to the social implications of the evolving landscape and the distinct and diverse character of the region’s people.

Exhibit is open to all general admission ticket holders $16.50.