A Lyrical Photographic Road Trip Across America - Feature Shoot

“The Road Not Taken,” a 1916 poem by Robert Frost is not merely a call for following one’s own destiny as many would like to believe, but the knowledge that…

Arnaud Montagard, a French photographer living in Brooklyn, traversed the continent, making a series of exquisite photographs just published in the sumptuous new book The Road Not Taken (Setanta Books).  Here, the search for signs of this fantastical realm continues with the fervor of a true believer, cataloguing the iconography of the self-made man whose rugged individualism built a nation from scratch.

Arnaud Montagard: The Road, The Diner and the Drink on the Table

"In the case of Arnaud Montagard’s The Road Not Taken, the lens is focused on the remnants of a mid-century American dream as exemplified by gas stations and diners that bear all the vernacular hallmarks of the Atomic Age" The best way to descr

“In the case of Arnaud Montagard’s The Road Not Taken, the lens is focused on the remnants of a mid-century American dream as exemplified by gas stations and diners that bear all the vernacular hallmarks of the Atomic Age”