Photographer Dan Younger has culled together photographs of tourist spots in the United States from a variety of other projects, and has assembled them here for the first time. Their color heightened with Photoshop, these images underscore the photographer's interest in the idiosyncrasies of human behavior and the patchwork nature of public spaces. Made with the same sense of excitement as tourist photographs, the images reveal the photographer's wonder about new places and people, yet are also a canny critique of travel and tourism. Dan Younger is a Professor of Art and former chair of the Department of Art & Art History at the University of Missouri in St. Louis. His photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally and are in numerous public collections including Museum de Stadt in Gladbeck Germany, The Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, the Harry Ransom Center at UT- Austin, The Saint Louis Art Museum and the Smithsonian Institute.