From The Atlantic:

In his new book A, photographer Gregory Halpern set out to capture the people of the American Rust Belt.

Halpern’s work has always dealt with the character of (and characters in) crumbling industrial cities; he’s a native son of Buffalo and now lives and teaches in Rochester. His photographs are of stark, rough places, but there is rich emotion in the faces and features in the landscape he documents, and glimmers of radiance — what might be called hope.

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