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As the weather gets warmer (theoretically), Andrew Bush because we feel as if we are in a personal space while actually appearing in public.

As the weather gets warmer (theoretically), Andrew Bush's Vector Portraits—photos of drivers that were taken from his car while driving in Los Angeles—seem all the more appealing. (Some carefree cruising could do us good.) Since 1989, Bush has accumulated these stealthy photos by using a medium-format roll-film camera and a flash attached to a car door. Bush defines an automobile as a "private room on wheels" because we feel as if we are in a personal space while actually appearing in public.

Vector Portraits opens on April 23 at Yossi Milo Gallery in New York, with an artist's reception and book signing from 6-8:30 pm. Follow the link below for details about this and more photography events.

(Photo: © Andrew Bush, courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery)