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Alabama chanin rinne allen photographic print love 3
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Love Print

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Rinne Allen is a photographer living in Athens, Georgia who works throughout the south, across the country, and around the world. One glance at her website shows her distinctive eye and diverse skill set. She can find and photograph a special moment in any environment and she seems to have an innate understanding of light. She also has a keenly developed understanding of natural elements. For the last two decades, Rinne has worked as both a commercial and fine art photographer. In addition to Alabama Chanin, she also collaborates with Hable Construction, R. Wood Studio, and Selvedge Magazine. Her long-running series Harvest, documenting harvests across the south, is published regularly in T Magazine, The New York Times Style Magazine. She works regularly with artists and authors, notably with Hugh Acheson on his James Beard Award winning cookbook, A New Turn In the South. Her book, Citizen Farmers, made with farmer Daron Joffe, won the 2015 IACP award for Food Matters. Currently, Rinne—along with Kristen Back and Rebecca Wood—curates a beautiful website, Beauty Everyday. The accompanying book, Beauty Everyday, which highlights 365 beautiful photographs of the South.

This 5” x 7” color photographic print is featured in her collaborative book, Beauty Everyday.

The Equal Justice Initiative was founded over 30 years ago by attorney Bryan Stevenson as a nonprofit that provides legal representation to those who have been illegally convicted, unfairly sentenced, or abused in state jails and prisons. EJI has worked for decades to challenge prevailing narratives about race in America through extensive research, documentation, and educational efforts. We are donating 15% of sales from the Love Print to support the EJI's work toward challenging racial and economic injustice, and protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.

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