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Inspired by films like Wim Wenders' Paris, Texas and David Byrne's True Stories, photographer Jason Lee set out to document residual American landscapes across Texas in early 2017 with large format color films for his recently released book A PLAIN VIEW. This short documentary follows Jason on the road during a four-day stretch in West Texas.
Directed by Parker Hill | Cinematography by Luca Del Puppo
"As an art dealer and curator specializing in Southern images, it has been a dutiful exploration of my own heritage to exhibit photography that has captured the beautiful, sober accretion of a place geographically below the Mason-Dixon and east of Texas (inclusive of course.). I have worked to focus on photographer who's images chronicle a region that feeds our imagination and that we trust no matter what. For the curator and artistic alike, numerous exhibitors are about a land of which we profess a fondness and. continue to artistically explore." - Rebekah Jacob