As institutions around the world mark the centenary anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus, Diana C. Stoll reconsiders the school's legacy in Appalachia.
Diana C. Stoll
Diana C. Stoll is an independent writer and editor based in Asheville, North Carolina. She is a major contributor to the 2019 edition of Naomi Rosenblum’s A World History of Photography (Abbeville).
Diana C. Stoll profiles photographer Mike Smith, who has spent nearly the past forty years documenting the strangeness, poverty, grace, and pain of his adopted home in East Tennessee.
With a population of around 90,000, Asheville, North Carolina, is a large town rapidly turning into a small city. Over recent years, it has been optimistically dubbed (or self-dubbed) “Beer City,” “Craft City,” “Climate City,” “Foodtopia,” and most charmingly “the Paris of the South.” Lonely Planet and Forbes have both designated the Blue Ridge Mountain … Continued