by Kevin Haugen in New Photography on Tuesday 6 March 2012

As we all do, but particularly as a black and white film photographer, I walk a fine line between acute nostalgia and the uncomfortably intimate. My images meld the artistic voices of Ray Metzker and Elliott Erwitt to explore the stark familiarity of our shared life-wanderlust. 

I recently had the honor of joining Esquire Magazine Russia in showing my work at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art. If you can’t make it to Russia, I’ll understand. They’ll also be available at their partner site Dust and Scratches until next year and at kevinhaugen.com through time immortal.