Reporters nicknamed Glienicker Brücke as ‘Bridge of Spies’ during the Cold War. The more the Soviets siphoned off their secret world, the more the West let its creative imagination fill in the blanks. The Cold War-era – and Glienicker Brücke – came to define cult 20th-century spy-fiction and its tales of espionage……
The idea of the idea of America. The cult of the American Road and its timeless store of riches. Motels, Greyhound buses, truck-stops, Jack Kerouac, Easy Riders, and Midnight Cowboys. Sat-Nav’s that instruct you to ‘take the next right and drive straight for 800 miles’.
Front cover features my photo of an iconic Airstream in front of a power station in big-sky Colorado.
My featured piece is about the evolution of RV-living with additional photos shot in LA.
Photo used: ‘On and off the grid.’ Colorado 2018.
Take a trip around the world from east to west and back again. Stop off at various locations where you can find interesting pockets of Modernism.
Seventeen correspondents share personal experiences of their travels – of which I am one, reporting on Basel, Switzerland; acknowledging its Modernist status – surprising as most people associate Switzerland with bell-wearing purple cows, mountains made from chocolate, cheese and those funny wood-stack cottages that Heidi lived in.