The first to explore the American photographic road trip as a genre, David Campany’s inspiring new book surveys journeys from the fifties to present day. Presenting the visual journey of nineteen photographers across America through the seat of their cars, it’s enough to make you want to book a flight from page one!
After the second world war, the road trip became a cultural phenomenon, representing freedom and mobility, making it’s mark in literature, music, photography and film. Campany’s book presents some of the most iconic images by photographers in chronological order, defining and embracing both the differences and similarities in the changing landscape across the vast open road.
The perfect present for anyone in the family!