Edouard Sepulchre, a French-born photographer, released a terrific series named Looking for America in which Sepulchre explores American iconography.

Writing about the series stated: “Since the 50s, American iconography has nourished our imagination and provided us with a new kind of visual vocabulary. So much so that in photography some everyday objects have become “myths”: the gas station, the old car, the parking lot, the wide-open spaces, the desert, the abandoned town, etc. My first trip to the American West was like a revelation. I found there everything I was interested in photography. Since then I have been searching in the rest of the world in a totally subjective way for this America, just for the pleasure of being there and elsewhere at the same time.”

You can find more work by Edouard Sepulchre here.

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