- Tupelo, Mississippi 1978
in the "Struggle" series)
I shot this
photograph at a rally protesting the KKK during
Thanksgiving weekend in Tupelo Ms. in 1978.While
we were protesting the klansmen having a press
conference at the jail, a young lady told me
and another brother that the klan was having
a rally at the post office. The brother I was
with said he was going to go cuss them out,
so I said I'm going with you to take your picture.
He cussed and I photographed.
All photographs are
signed and numbered in editions of 100
Iris Giclee prints
are made on Epson printers with Epson archival papers
Silver Gelatin photographs
are hand produced on archival fiber based papers.
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What is a Giclee?
A Giclee (pronounced
Zhee-Clay) is a very high end digitally produced archival
quality print. Giclees are printed on archival substrates,
such as Arches Cold Press watercolor papers, Somerset
watercolor papers or specially prepared canvases, with
archival, light fast inks, at a very high resolution.
Depending on the medium of the original work, giclees
are printed on paper or canvas. Watercolor paintings
render very well on the watercolor papers, and oil paintings
printed as canvas giclees have the rich tonal quality
of original oil paintings. Canvas giclees are also coated
with a special finishing media to protect the surface.
Canvas giclees are stretched and framed as one would
display an original oil painting. Watercolor giclees
are typically framed behind glass, as one would do with
an original watercolor painting.
Jim Alexander has spent
over forty years refining his art of documentary photography.
A photojournalist, teacher, activist, entrepreneur and
media consultant, Mr. Alexander has been on the scene
-- at festivals, concerts, cultural events, rallies, demonstrations,
meetings and marches, photographing events that guided
the course of history.