Fall 2018, Volume 24

Roger Camp

"Eye, Butte, MT"

"Abandoned Motel, Benson, AZ"

"Bayou Scene, abandoned hotel, Louisiana"

"Bicycle Fence, Hwy 76, New Mexico"

"Grandmother on the hillside, California"

"Mermaid riding Dolphin, Savannah, GA"

"Oil can man, Caineville, Utah"

"Pink Wheelbarrow, Guadalajara, Mexico (1980)"

"Popeye's girl, Vancouver, BC, Canada"

"Cowboy-Horse wall, Tahoka, TX"

 


Artist Statement:

These are a collection of photographs taken around the United States. They are not constrained by time or geography, but are a partial record of a number of road trips taken over a two year period. Since the images are not defined by a single theme, place or subject each is allowed to tell its own story without the constraints of time and locale. The anonymity of place allows each photograph to unfold its own narrative and to reveal whatever mystery it may contain.

 

About the Artist:
Roger Camp is the author of three photography books including the award winning Butterflies in Flight, Thames & Hudson, 2002 and Heat, Charta, Milano, 2008. More examples of his work may be found at rogercamphoto.com


 

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