National Geographic Runs Sleeping Cars as Photo Journal

November / 15 / 2013

National Geographic Runs Sleeping Cars as Photo Journal

Gerd Ludwig calls himself a “night owl, who doesn’t need much sleep.” For a couple of years now, in a departure from his usual, more challenging documentary work, he spent his nights in Los Angeles photographing what he calls Sleeping Cars. He describes them as “cars that show a presence. They must command their own space and cannot be crowded in with others.” While this is still a work-in-progress, National Geographic Magazine in their November issue run several images from Gerd’s Sleeping Cars series as a photo journal.

See more Sleeping Cars in Recent Work:
http://www.gerdludwig.com/recent-work/sleeping-cars/

or go to Institute For Artist Management:
http://www.instituteartist.com/feature-Sleeping-Cars-Gerd-Ludwig
and:
http://www.instituteartist.com/tearsheet-Gerd-Ludwig-s-Sleeping-Cars-in-National-Geographic

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