Randy S. Jones ESOPUS | New York
As a handful of you know I have been helping Randy S. Jones share his art with the world. I started documenting him about a year ago by photographing his work and listening to his stories of being a lawyer and an artist. I have just published a piece on him in Esopus Issue 25, a New York-based art publication.
Hannah Palmer’s Flight Path
Amy Landesberg Plasti-Plas
Loss Prevention – The Byron
Art Papers Magazine 2016 Terminus cover and spreads
Art on Marta (part 2)
A photo essay documenting the public art of Atlanta’s rapid transit system brings a vast collection of commissions out of the stations’ shadows
with an introduction by John Cocker GO
July/August 2015 issue: Issue
ART PAPERS commissioned this photo essay by David Naugle to accompany “Dead Ends,” a reportage by critic Chris Fite-Wassilak appearing in our July/August 2015 issue, which revisits an ambitious industrial and sculpture park built in 1968 in southwest Atlanta.
This project tracks down the minimalist masterpieces that were once displayed in the park, and have now been dispersed around the city—or have disappeared entirely.