Anderson Scott

Anderson Scott is a Georgia-based photographer. He received his MFA from Yale. His work is in the permanent collections of numerous museums and galleries, including the High, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the Corcoran. View more of his work on his website
October 04, 2016

A photo essay from the Winter 2006 issue.

You saw the two pyramids as you rounded the bend in the highway. They were several stories high, rising above the Georgia pines. One was black and one was golden. If your car windows were rolled down, you could hear an ummmmm coming from unseen speakers.