I spoke with Blue Ridge Public Radio’s Matt Peiken about my Southern Fiction exhibition on view at Tracey Morgan through December 23. An audio recording and transcript of the interview is available here: Tema Stauffer provides the photos and leaves the narrative to her viewers
Southern Fiction at Tracey Morgan Gallery is featured in Asheville Made.
William Faulkner’s Kitchen Curtains, Rowan Oak, Oxford, Mississippi, 2018 TEMA STAUFFER: SOUTHERN FICTION November 5 – December 23, 2021 Reception for the Artist: Friday, November 5, 6-8pm The gallery’s press release: Tracey Morgan Gallery is pleased to present a selection of large-format color photographs from Tema Stauffer’s ongoing series, Southern Fiction. This is Stauffer’s second […]
A solo exhibition of sixteen prints from Southern Fiction is presented at Biggin Gallery in the Department of Art & Art History at Auburn University in Alabama from October 4-27. An reception and artist talk is scheduled for October 11 at 5pm.
Eudora Welty’s Armchair, Jackson, Mississippi, 2020 is one of 23 images from SOUTHERN FICTION presented in a virtual exhibit through the Tennessee Arts Commission Gallery launched yesterday and featured on their website through October 1.
William Faulkner’s Kitchen Curtains, Rowan Oak, Oxford, Mississippi, 2018 I am honored and grateful to be the recipient of a Tennessee Arts Commission Individual Artist Fellowship award to support the completion, exhibition, and publication of my current series, Southern Fiction. This series of large-format color photographs explores the history of the American South using its literary […]
Mimosa Branches, Sparta Highway, Georgia, 2019 from Southern Fiction is published in Radar Poetry’s Issue 30 accompanying a poem by Sheila Dong, 7 dreams of life and death.
Bedroom, Dream Catcher’s Sleep Lab, Dripping Springs, TX from AMERICAN STILLS was published along with a piece of fiction by Elizabeth Ellen in the April Issue of Harper’s Magazine available online as of today. The story, Lucky Woman, portrays a couple’s trip to a mattress store during the last days leading up to their divorce.
Four + One to Grow On celebrates the fourth anniversary of Tracey Morgan Gallery. The exhibition includes work by all of the gallery artists and is on view through April 17.
I was recently interviewed by Matthew Dols, an American professor based in Prague, for The Wise Fool, an interview series with artists and arts professionals around the world. We discuss topics such as teaching photography online during the pandemic, writing about art, conceiving and creating a body of work, applying for grants and opportunities for […]