<b>Sidetripping </b><br>Charles Gatewood
<b>Sidetripping </b><br>Charles Gatewood
<b>Sidetripping </b><br>Charles Gatewood
<b>Sidetripping </b><br>Charles Gatewood
<b>Sidetripping </b><br>Charles Gatewood
<b>Sidetripping </b><br>Charles Gatewood
<b>Sidetripping </b><br>Charles Gatewood
<b>Sidetripping </b><br>Charles Gatewood
<b>Sidetripping </b><br>Charles Gatewood
<b>Sidetripping </b><br>Charles Gatewood
<b>Sidetripping </b><br>Charles Gatewood
<b>Sidetripping </b><br>Charles Gatewood

Sidetripping
Charles Gatewood

Strawberry Hill, 1975  |  First edition
Softcover, 90 pages, 254 x 254 mm
Condition: Very Good. Some shelf wear and age-toning on the covers.
A first hand account of '60s and '70s counterculture seen through the eyes of pioneering photographer Charles Gatewood and legendary scribe William S. Burroughs.
Often described as a countercultural answer to the landmark work The Americans by Robert Frank, Sidetripping chronicles the grotesque, surreal, and liberated American underground. Gatewood and Burroughs created a lasting, disturbing, and engaging portrait of this tumultuous period in American culture.
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