JERRY MATHIASON Print from the collection of Minnesota Museum of American Art. Included in my current exhibition, "Framing the Field" at the C. G. Murphy Gallery at St. Catherine University. See my comments about it on re:photographica.
Bone Chapel, Campo Maior, Portugal On September 16, 1732 there was a tragic event in Campo Maior, a gunpowder magazine exploded after being struck by lightening, killing 1,500 people and destroying 823 houses. The Chapel of Bones (Capela dos Ossos) was built in 1766 entirely lined with the bones of the victims.
MICHAEL BACH "In 2010, the city of Troy (NY) permanently banished the homeless from the land. It was then that I chose to carry out the project 'Displaced' to be a memorial to the landscape and a testament to the people who called this place home." Found on Critical Mass. See his web site at http://mbachphoto.wix.com
COLIN C STEARNS His on-going Mason & Dixon Survey reveals that there really was a line laid out, and one could be north or south of it and have different ideological commitments. Stearns literally straddles the line in this survey, allowing us to ponder the geography of personal politics.