America’s Fading Main Streets
“I consider the Main Street project a reflection on what we’ve lost as a culture and nation. More than just a physical location, Main Street represents a state of mind, a civility and decency that has gone missing in the United States, replaced by a soulless existence of big commerce where we’re pushed to buy ever more things but interact with others around us less intimately, if at all.”
Jake Price is an American photojournalist and filmmaker based in New York. His work appears in Newsweek, BBC online, The New York Times, TIME, The Village Voice, among other publications.
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