Synopses & Reviews
Grown up as a typical car-obsessed American kid, Jory Hull explores the primitive, fascinating elegance of racing vehicles from a bygone era.
The artist frames these machines as the colorful, handmade tools that they are, often abstracting their details into almost pure graphic compositions. This series of photographs, taken over the course of a decade, capture the surfaces and inner workings of these objects at rest, revealing unusual details of these machines designed for fierce competition, created to live at high speed. The quiet beauty of these cars at rest, one imagines the sights and sounds of them at full fury.
A photographic investigation into the quiet beauty of racing vehicles at rest
About the Author
(b. 1971) studied painting and photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design and the Corcoran College in Washington DC. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Julian Sander is owner of Feroz Gallery, Bonn, Germany,specialized in photography from the 20th century. He is the great Grandson of the esteemed August Sander, and his gallery represents the commercially available works of August Sander including vintage, semi vintage and modern prints.