Appalachia is synonymous with poverty in the United States, a wasteland of dirty kids in barren shacks if you believe the news. But one photographer is exposing the bigger picture, one crowd-sourced image at a time.
Ukrainian photographer Anastasia Vlasova cut her teeth on the frontlines, covering her first protest when she was just seventeen. At twenty-two, she’s witnessed a revolution and the grief of war. But it’s the people she met - and loved - along the way that taught her the lesson of a lifetime.
Photographers Diàna Markosian and Adam Patterson have learned stories are better told when you invite other voices in. Join us at Huck’s 71a Gallery on Tuesday October 20 to hear stories and insights from their recent projects 1915 and Another Lost Child.