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Comments Posted 09.16.11 | PERMALINK | PRINT

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The New Gypsies


Photo by Iain McKell



Now "horse-drawn," the New Gypsies sport elaborately decorated caravans and share a desire for freedom and the open road, self-reliance and a disdain for the trappings of contemporary life. However, these new nomads are also driven by their desire for sustainability in today’s world; they embrace technology, a grapevine watered by the latest gadgets and solar power. Their roaming existence is probably greener than any other element in society.


Iain McKell’s photographs of this new group of itinerants reveal his deep-seated attraction to both the people and the lifestyle, and betray mixed perceptions of a romantic life coupled with a hard one.

From press release for exhibition at Clic Gallery, New York City, through October 10, 2011
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