America, My Way is a good example of contemporary photographers integrating publishing into how they make their work circulate. Matej Sitar, a young Slovenian photographer, opened The Angry Bat, his own publishing house, which is currently focused on the publication of his work. In America, My Way, a small, square box containing three 50-page volumes, Sitar tells the story of his journey across the United States. Some images are repeated from one book to another, like confused memories, or a nod to the many narratives possible after an experience of this sort.
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