Richard Sexton featured on Low Country Live

lowcountryLive Richard Sexton featured on Low Country Live May 6, 2010

Richard Sexton featured on Low Country Live

Richard Sexton discusses color photograph exhibition, Languid Moments, at RJG and his recent travels to Cuba.

Three Photographers Share their Perspective on the South

charlestonCityPaper Three Photographers Share their Perspective on the SouthMay 5, 2010

By Amy Stockwell Mercer

Richard Sexton’s subjects are chosen for their “evocation of the passage of time.”  Using vivid colors, his images depict interiors of buildings with peeling paint and a bulb-less chandelier; outside, laundry is hung from the railing while antennas point in opposite directions. Evocative and haunting, Sexton’s depictions of southern architecture illuminate the passage of time and the possibility of renewal.

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The Interest of Time: Richard Sexton

maychscover The Interest of Time: Richard SextonWhile he has spent the last 20 years shooting Louisiana’s historic architecture, Sexton didn’t turn his lens on the Lowcountry until last fall, when Jacob began displaying his work. “Shortly thereafter, I traveled to Cuba for the first time and shot extensively in Havana. It shares a rich history with New Orleans and Charleston as well as many cultural crosscurrents,” [Sexton] explains.

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