Fall Line Press Book Launch and Signing Event

Fall Line Press Book Launch and Signing Event

Sunday, Apr 14, 2024 2:00 PM

Location:
The Goat Farm
1200 Foster Street NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30318

Join us at The Goat Farm on Sunday, April 14th, at 2 PM for a book signing event! Fall Line Press invites you to celebrate the launch of some of our newest titles.

Fall Line's Senior Editor and Head of Sales, Clay Maxwell Jordan, will be joined by Brittainy Lauback and Tatum Shaw to present and sign their recent monographs published by Fall Line Press.

In addition to the book signing, Fall Line will present an exhibition and zine release of "Black SNAFU" by Andre Ramos-Woodard in its new space at The Goat Farm.

About the Artists

Clay Maxwell Jordan is a photographer who has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally. He is a 2019 MacDowell fellow and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. "Perpetual Care" is his second monograph with Fall Line Press; his first book, "Nothing's Coming Soon," was published in 2019.

Brittainy Lauback is an artist and photography educator living and working in Houston, Texas. She received her BFA from the University of New Mexico in 2003 and her MFA from the University of Georgia in 2014. Lauback's latest group exhibitions include "Reckonings and Reflections" at the Georgia Museum of Art, Athens; "Looking Male" at the Bo Bartlett Center, Columbus, and the LaGrange Museum of Art; and New Southern Photography at the Ogden Museum of Art, New Orleans. Her first monograph titled "Infinite Bonheur" was published this year by Fall Line Press.

Tatum Shaw is a photographer based in both Portland, Oregon and Atlanta, Georgia. With his background as an advertising creative, Shaw combines his conceptual skills with a photographer's eye to create crafted worlds exploring a mix of anxiety and nostalgia.

André Ramos-Woodard (he/ they) is a photo-based artist who uses their work to emphasize the experiences of the marginalized communities while accenting the repercussions of contemporary and historical discrimination. His art conveys ideas of communal and personal identity, influenced by their direct experience with life as a queer African American. Focusing on Black liberation, queer justice, and the reality of mental health, he aspires for his art to help bring power to the people.