July 13, 2014

Urban Photography From The Streets Of A Bohemian Mountain Town – Photography Exhibition and Book Release.

Urban Photography From The Streets Of A Bohemian Mountain Town

Urban Photography From The Streets Of A Bohemian Mountain Town

I will hold an exhibition and book release announcement this August at Grateful Steps Publishing House, Bookshop and Gallery for my upcoming street photography book entitled “Urban Photography From the Streets Of A Bohemian Mountain Town,The Art Of Performance. A Journal of Asheville Street Photography.”

The work incorporates a mix of photojournalism with a traditional approach to street photography. The book documents in both words and images the dichotomies and juxtapositions of an urban bohemian environment intertwined with a southern Appalachian culture. The collection focuses on the performance of living, creating, and being an “Ashevillian” in downtown Asheville. The exhibition will showcase photographic excerpts from the book, including street performers and daily life in the city.

The work will be available in both print and ebook. For information on the book, visit

Grateful Steps is located at 159 South Lexington Avenue, Asheville, NC 28801. The exhibit will run from August 1 to August 30, 2014. Opening reception is on a Friday, August 8 at 6pm. All works on display are for sale.

For further information, visit for updates of upcoming events, or contact Micki Cabaniss Eutsler at

All images © Joe Longobardi. All Rights Reserved.

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  1. Asheville has always been my home town. I grew up during segregation there. I lived at 170 Mont ford Ave my Grandmother was the Co- founder of Highland Hospital. Her home is where the B7B Lion Rose is now. She was a R. N. during the depression. She was a lady who was strong and Intelligent My Uncle is a retired Superior Court Judge Walter Allen he is retired now . Our family moved to Biltmore Forest, 82 Pressley Rd. Haw Creek off Pressley Rd. Then to 94 Edwin Place off Kimberly after that Weston Rd. in Arden NC. I use to sneak down to Hump town off Courtland Ave to play my nanny was Ruby Mc’Swain I saw her more than my mother I love Asheville The under ground runs all the way under Haywood Park Hotel and the rest of downtown Asheville. I love my home Asheville N.C.!

    Comment by Rebekah Anne Talbot — July 23, 2014 @ 2:59 pm

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