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Friday, December 6, 2013

Across America: Motorcyclists' Finding Main Street's Photos on Display

Posted By on Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 8:00 AM

click to enlarge Across America in 50+ Days. - DYLAN OZANICH
  • Dylan Ozanich
  • Across America in 50+ Days.

Wyatt McCall and brothers Brant and Dylan Ozanich have really been keeping SF Weekly up to date with the wide-multimedia project Finding Main Street.

For those of you who don't know, the motorcycle trio traveled 10,500 miles through 28 states in a massive circle around the periphery of the continental United States in 55 days. They documented the sights, sounds, and people in every region along the road with photography, video, and blog writing in search of an all-American Main Street.

This Saturday, Ozanich's photos will be a part of Divisadero Art Walk from 5-9 p.m. at San Franpsycho, (505 Divisadero). Ozanich will be present at the exhibition.

See More: From S.F. to N.Y.: Finding Main Street Across America (Slideshow)

Expect to see works of art depicting the natural and urban beauty in the places and people of this massive country we all call home. Check out our slideshow of the soujourn in the above link. Ultimately, be prepared to see the diversity of America through the lens of this traveling trio of multimedia artists.

Ride on, gentleman!

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Juan De Anda

Juan De Anda

Juan De Anda is a cultural correspondent with a concentration in tourism, literature, and lifestyle and has been writing for SF Weekly since 2013. As an avid traveler, he enjoys discovering destinations abroad as well as the never-ending hidden gems of San Francisco. #DondeAndaJuanDeAnda?


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