The work and insights of Mindy Solomon Gallery artist Scot Sothern appear in an interview with The Airship, by Paul Kwiatskowski. “Ride down the dangerous and kinky drags of Scot Sothern’s Curb Service,” his new memoir:
Photographer Scot Sothern’s debut memoir Curb Service captures the pathos of an aspiring provocateur adrift in contemporary America. Beginning in the 1980s, the book recounts Scot’s initial drive to photograph prostitutes and his path to single fatherhood on the skids. The interactions between the photographer and his subjects are the device through which solace and introspection flow. Along the road, there are intermittent flashbacks to Scot’s adolescence in rural Missouri during the late ‘60s and ‘70s.