Tirelessly traversing the United States, David Graham (b. 1952, Abington, Pennsylvania) captures the colorful, sometimes surreal, and often bizarre in the thoroughly American landscape. Graham seeks out subjects that celebrate our singular freedom of expression in colorful roadside attractions and general oddities. Graham’s work has appeared in the New York Times, Harper’s Magazine, the New Yorker, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. He has had solo exhibitions at the International Center of Photography in New York, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, and the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art (now the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland). Graham has published several books of his work, including Taking Liberties (Pond Press), Ay, Cuba! (St. Martin‘s Press), Alone Together (Boxed Books), American Beauty and Land of the Free (Aperture), and most recently, Almost Paradise (Pond Press). Graham received his BA from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and his MFA in photography from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University. He is currently on the faculty at the University of the Arts.