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© Susan May Tell, Weirton Steel Mill, Weirton, West Virginia, 2012
"In the summer of 2012, Susan May Tell traveled 4,000 miles through rural Appalachia and the Rust Belt, a region known to have fallen on hard times. Shooting black-and-white film in her Leica, she explored deserted downtowns and shuttered steel mills, sleeping in the back of her '90's rust bucket."
 To read the full interview, please go to: http://asmp.org/best-2013-tell


© Susan May Tell, Mary and Joseph, NYC, 1983                                      

On October 1st, Susan will be a panelist, along with artists who work in other media, about living an artist’s life. This panel discussion is being held in conjunction with the exhibition "ART CART: Cherishing the Legacy" at New York University's Stovall Gallery in the Kimmel Center. ART CART is the groundbreaking program sponsored by the Research Center for Arts & Culture, National Center for Creative Aging.
EXHIBITION: Stovall Gallery, Kimmel Center
60 Washington Square South
New York, New York 10012
September 5th - October 20th
PANEL: Tuesday, October 1st, 6 - 8 pm

© Susan May Tell, Appalachia Crossroads, Altoona, Pennsylvania, 2012

Five Photographs, No Words: Susan May Tell
By David J. Carol
"Susan May Tell is a fantastic photographer, as well as the ASMP NY Fine Art Chair. I love her work and think she's super nice, but I have to say she has done something that not many people have done. She used to hang out with Andre Kertesz and also photographed him. How cool is that? VERY!! OK, here are Susan's "Five Photographs, No Words."   

To see the five images, please go to: http://ow.ly/p8kfY