Roadside Architecture in Los Angeles

by Ashok Sinha

Photographer Ashok Sinha

Text by Jack Esterson, Sherri Littlefield and Craig Kellogg

Published by: Kehrer Verlag

96 pages, 11.81 x 9.45 in, color photographs

  • Hardcover
  • 9783868289749
  • Published: September 2020


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Ashok Sinha is a New York-based photographer whose large scale landscape photographs picture uncommon perspectives. His photographs have been exhibited by The Museum of the City of New York, the International Cen- ter of Photography, and The Royal Photographic Society. »I love cars and I love Los Angeles for being a city of cars. Over the last decade or so, I have been intrigued by L. A.’s love affair with the automobile, tracing back to a time when cars themselves were objects of beauty. Those cars are no longer on the streets today but the buildings from that era remain. As an architectural photographer, I wanted to capture L. A.’s car-culture-induced optimism and ambition reflected in polychromatic, star-spangled coffee shops, gas stations, and car washes, that once lured the gaze of passing motorists.« (Ashok Sinha)