Clay Maxwell Jordan
Reception: Thursday, January 1, 1970, 6-8 PMInquire
Clay Maxwell Jordan’s intuitive photographs hint at the existential mysteries of lived experiences. Mortality, nostalgia, and regret are recurring themes in his works that offer a unique point of view on life in the American South.
Based in Athens, Georgia, Jordan frequently documents melancholic signs of the passing of time. His genre scenes and portraits capture the brevity of life, the fading of appearances, and the enduring landscape, the complexities of which are embraced in deceivingly straightforward compositions.