Drive by Andrew Bush

143 pages; Yale
You're driving along. A car pulls up next to yours. You turn and stare briefly at the driver—a split-second connection, an audacious intrusion. For Drive (Yale), Andrew Bush photographed dozens of Los Angeles drivers in their sleek or rusty "private rooms on wheels"—distracted or intent, stopped dead in traffic or whizzing by at 60 mph. A meditation on character, class, the human condition, precarious at any speed.
— Cathleen Medwick