Vagrants. Travelers. Wanderers. These words have long exerted an influence on literature and the arts. The photographer Kitra Cahana decided to follow marginalized young men and women in America who have chosen to follow their own paths towards the unknown, either alone or in communities. “I was looking for a subject that would be close to my heart.
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