Matt Eich – The Invisible Yoke The Invisible Yoke is a four-part series of photographic essays spanning nearly 15 years. Making photographs as I came of age, I felt and feared a deepening divide in America. Now as I raise my children in Charlottesville, Virginia, I have witnessed firsthand, in my own community, the hatred and division along lines of race and class that persist in my country. Moving forward, I intend to photograph as prolifically as possible leading up to the next presidential elections, covering a wide swath of the American landscape and populace that I have not yet...
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