In American Cowboys, renowned French photographer Anouk Masson Krantz travels tens of thousands of miles from New York City across the United States to dive deeper into the world of the cowboy culture. Her photography reveals the real lives and communities of this largely overlooked and elusive part of the world.
Set in a stunning large-format book, the pages within inspire with a fresh and contemporary perspective of the cowboy culture, the families, men, women, children as well as rodeo and ranching communities in the heartland of the great American West and beyond. The book provides an inspiring homage to our American pioneering spirit and its enduring strength that is alive and well in today’s contemporary world.
Having earned wide acclaim for her bestselling Wild Horses of Cumberland Island (2017) and West: The American Cowboy (2019), this new collection of work that is American Cowboys is Anouk’s strongest work yet. Join Anouk Masson Krantz in her solo journey across America where she reveals the intimate lives and families of this private, elusive icon of our American West. Through her lens Anouk showcases an incredible journey from an outsider’s perspective into the private world of the American cowboy. Real people and real stories—a remarkable and inspiring story of people coming together to share their lives and celebrate the nation's cowboy culture.
Anouk’s work has been exhibited in galleries and museums across America. She is renowned for her large-scale contemporary photography and her use of white space that defines her elegant, minimalistic style.