Where form meets function

The American landscape provides the basis for Todd Hido’s A Road Divided. On the open road, the photographer found inspiration in empty roads and often used the windows of his own car to frame the shots. The resulting images are sometimes stirring, sometimes poignant, and often employ nature (rain, ice, snow, etc) to point an abstracted lens toward his subjects.

28 color photographs come over the 60 pages of Road Divided, which is published by Nazraeli Press.

From the International Center of Photography.

Available now from Amazon.

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