In 2010, photographer McNair Evans returned to his childhood home in Laurinburg, North Carolina, to retrace his father’s life and legacy after his death nine years earlier. His father’s passing had exposed the looming insolvency of their family business, ending five generations of family and financial stability. The economic impact on the family was immediate, but the emotional impact lingered with Evans.

Seeking to comprehend how the man he admired could have hidden the impending reality from those he loved, Evans delved into his family origins and his father’s history to create a multi-layered photographic narrative about love and loss. 

 

ISBN 978-0-692-24482-1
Edition of 750

Hardcover
98 pages
47 color photographs
Ephemera
7.75 in  x 10 in
Case bound, smythe sewn

Signed by the artist

$100.00