In summer 2008, at the height of the U.S. financial crisis, husband-and-wife photographers James Tribble and Tracey Mancenido packed up their NYC apartment and hit the road to document one of the more obscure necessities of American consumerism first-hand. Armed with little more than a commercial license, tips from Tribble's truck driver dad and a few large-format cameras, the dynamic artists embarked on their new career as truckers. The resulting body of work, a series of tenderly contemplative portraits and still-lifes, opens 9 September 2010 at NYC's Sasha Wolf Gallery, revealing a rarely-seen side of the greasy culture responsible for supplying the country with everything from scrap metal to Toy Story 3 dolls.
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