The photographers Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe and Matt Wilson have chosen the United States as their territory. After the many photographers who have explored this country, they immersed themselves in the USA to show us their travels and wanderings through simple and familiar images. Going against the current trend of large format photographs, they have resorted to a more modest form of expression, offering smaller images, inviting us to experience visual memories with carefree moments of contemplation.
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