Darrin Devault and Tom Graves with GRACELAND TOO REVISITED

Saturday, January 31, 2015 - 5:00pm
Graceland Too, including its Elvis-obsessed owner, was a collective and organic piece of Deep South folk art.

Paul B. MacLeod was the eccentric dreamer who kept his Elvis attraction in Holly Springs, Miss., open to the public round-the-clock and year-round from 1990 until his sudden death in 2014.

Memphis publishers and photographers Darrin Devault and Tom Graves have captured a series of images from the infamous roadside attraction in a new photography book titled "Graceland Too Revisited," due out January 29, 2015.
Event address: 
160 Courthouse Sq
38655-3914 Oxford