Faces of Mustang

A snapshot of a nation captured via an all-American classic

Tuesday 8th August 2017 - Thursday 7th September 2017

London-based photographer Marcus Bastel exhibits a series of photographs from his fascinating project, Faces of Mustang.

For this recent project, Faces of Mustang took Bastel on the road for 36 days, zigzagging through 26 US states to capture portraits of Mustang owners and their stories.

He says, “Among them were a racer from Alabama who strapped on his gun before stepping out of his house for a chat; a ‘real Daisy Duke’ from Colorado, a mother who was barred from driving demolition derby for being too aggressive; and Bruce and Dave, friends who were still fixing cars together 30 years after first purchasing them.”

Faces of Mustang is displayed in Central Saint Martin’s Window Gallery from Tuesday 8 August until Thursday 7 September.

  • Location

    Central Saint Martins
    Granary Building,
    1 Granary Square,
    King’s Cross
    N1C 4AA