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Mel Adelglass’ photography feels familiar to me. It’s the light, the structures, and the vibe of the old Northeast and of an America that is receding into the past. Mel’s work is not only anthropologically important, it’s beautifully soulful. –RF … Continue reading
The Crawling King Snake, The Wicked Pickett, And Other Echoes From The Ruins Of Detroit’s Musical Past My full article can be found here © 2012, American … Continue reading
My newest Huffington Post piece, Cleveland, Ohio and its Accordion King is now up here –RF © 2012, American Elegy. All rights reserved.
My newest Huffington Post piece, Coal Mining Towns, “The Corner” and a Photography Exhibit at the Tremaine Gallery is now up here. –Randy © 2012, American Elegy. All rights reserved.
Here is a poster for Fabricated, which is currently running at the Tremaine Gallery at the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, CT. This poster uses one of my Detroit photos that is featured in the show. I’ll be attending the artist … Continue reading
I wanted to mention that I’ll be taking part in the group show, Fabricated, at the Tremaine Gallery at the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut. The show runs from February 7 thru March 2. I’m fortunate to be showing with … Continue reading
I try to keep the American Elegy site more about other photographers than myself, but a few things have come to light this week that I wanted to pass along. My newest Huffington Post entry, As The American Auto Industry … Continue reading
New Huffington Post Entry: Taking A Hard Look At The Plight Of America’s Inner City With Photographer Jeff Brouws
My newest Huffington Post entry is now up and available. This one was done in collaboration with photographer and American Elegy interview subject, Jeff Brouws. Taking A Hard Look At The Plight Of America’s Inner City With Photographer, Jeff Brouws … Continue reading
I wanted to remind everyone that the American Elegy store page is up and running. Currently, the page is set up as an Amazon portal. By going through this site to Amazon, American Elegy receives a small percentage of the … Continue reading
In attempting to find ways to help support and grow this site, I’ve been hesitant to add any advertising on the main pages. The main reason being that it’s an aesthetic drag. The new store page provides a dedicated space … Continue reading