Justine Kurland
"Kurland, who has always taken pictures of people adrift in the American wilderness, devotes this terrific show to cross-country trains and the free spirits who hitch rides on them. Many of her landscapes recalled the West as the pioneering photographers saw it: awe-inspiringly vast and just plain beautiful. But she calls her pictures "portals into the realm of railroad folklore," because she's also documented the subculture that's sprung up around the trains- young drifters, and her own little boy, obsessed with the endless line of freight cars in the distance. Kurland understands the American impulse to light out for the country, and her pictures capture both its romance and its tough reality."
-New Yorker
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