the imagery of the “Human Condition” should evoke thought and emotion.
The aspect of this genre is a representation of humanity that is universal ... despite gender, race, culture or class.
Philip Morgan gives one the opportunity to see and feel emotion through his own lens, exposing an intimate glimpse into a personal moment in time.
THE APPALACHIAN SERIES
ON SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT FOR THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, PHILIP HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO PHOTOGRAPH THE EPITOME OF THE "HUMAN CONDITION." his images exemplified the effects of POVERTY on FAMILIES IN THE APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS DURING THE MID-1960S.
THIS SERIES WAS FEATURED IN AN AWARD-WINNING SPECIAL EDITION OF THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER.
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