CARTER MULL

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PONCEY HIGHLANDS, INMAN PARK, CABBAGE TOWN, 1977-2010;
LA FEMME AU PERROQUET, EDOUARD MANET, 1866


— Georgia Baptist Hospital is on Boulevard in the Old Fourth Ward of Atlanta. The Ward was home to Martin Luther King Jr.’s SCLC among many other outposts. I was born at this hospital and brought home by my mother in 1977 to Inman Park, the neighborhood just blocks to the east. The city was my home until age 19. Most of my hours wiled away within a few zip codes all on the east side of town—liberal pockets in, at that time, a Dixiecrat city.

It was my early metropolis, another side of Paris.

From top to bottom:
Ponce De Leon, 1983 photo George Mitchell
The Trolley Barn, Inman Park, circa 1978, photo Gale Mull
Elizabeth Street, Inman Park, circa 1978, photo Gale Mull
Elizabeth Street, Inman Park, circa 1978, photo Gale Mull
Elizabeth Street, Inman Park, circa 1978, photo Gale Mull
Elizabeth Street, Inman Park, circa 1978, photo Gale Mull
Gale, Holly Allen & Wayne Mull, Tom Tuten, photo Vivian Mull, Elizabeth Street, circa 1978
Elizabeth Street, Inman Park, circa 1978, photo Gale Mull
Elizabeth Street, Inman Park, circa 1978, photo Gale Mull
Elizabeth Street, Inman Park, circa 1978, photo Gale Mull
Elizabeth Street, Inman Park, circa 1978, photo Gale Mull
The right of way, 1983 photo George Mitchell
Plaza Drugs, 1983 photo George Mitchell
Outside Plaza Drugs, 1983 photo George Mitchell
A painting by J.J. of L.A., 1983 photo George Mitchell
J.J. of L.A., 1983 photo George Mitchell
From Inman Park to Cabbage Town, December 31, 2010, shot by the artist
Stratosphere House, Cabbage Town, December 31, 2010, shot by the artist
Stratosphere House, Cabbage Town, December 31, 2010, shot by the artist
Green’s Package Store, 1983 photo George Mitchell
Ponce De Leon, 1983 photo George Mitchell
La Femme au Perroquet, Edouard Manet, 1866, Collection Metropolitan Museum of Art

Carter Mull is an artist living and working in Los Angeles. His work addresses the intertwined relationships between consumption, time and everyday life via the production and exhibition of matrices of drawing, video, photography and installation.

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