American Car Culture: Up Close and Personal

Auto Repair pictureStunning new exhibit showcases the candid and personal work of photographer Justine Kurland.
For over three years, photographer Justine Kurland and her son Casper traveled the country documenting the daily happenings and culture of cars, mechanics and auto repair shops, as well as the open roads that guided their journey.

In a recent article on Slate.com, Kurland's story and some of the unique photographs documenting it are displayed as part of her new exhibition series Sincere Auto Care, which is also showed at the Mitchell-Innes & Nash gallery in New York City.

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For car guys, automotive enthusiasts and DIY'ers of all stripes, check out the candid shots that help to sum up the personal and soulful connections that Americans have with their cars.

Read the full story about Sincere Auto Care at Slate.com.

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All photo credits: Justine Kurland, courtesy of the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash, NY.

Last updated June 21, 2017

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