Hunter Barnes’ 15 Years Finding American Subcultures

“Hunter Barnes’ black and white silver gelatin photographs, made and hand printed by the artist,  devoted his life to documenting America’s disappearing sub cultures and fringe groups for the past 15 years.“

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“The road has taught me what I know today,”   Hunter Barnes’ black and white photographs represent the artist’s passion, as he has devoted more than the past decade of his life to documenting America’s disappearing sub cultures and fringe groups.

His exhibition, 15 years, is on show from June 3rd to July 23rd 2016 at the Serena Morton Gallery in London

Barnes’ ability to always have something in common with other individuals, however culturally different they may be, is what separates him from other photographers who attempt to depict other cultures’ characteristics. A set of very nice black and white shots.