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Jeff Brouws – Highway

Jeff Brouws – Highway

Jeff Brouws, born in San Francisco in 1955, is a self-taught artist. Pursuing photography since age 13, where he roamed the railroad and industrial corridors of the South Bay Peninsula, Brouws has compiled a visual survey of America's evolving rural, urban and suburban cultural landscapes. Using single photographs as subtle narrative and compiling typologies to index the nation's character, he ...

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Jeff Brouws – Carnival

Jeff Brouws – Carnival

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Jeff Brouws, 1955, USA – Abandoned Gasoline Stations

Jeff Brouws, 1955, USA – Abandoned Gasoline Stations

Jeff Brouws, 1955, USA, is a landscape photographer. He has compiled a visual survey of America's evolving rural, urban and suburban cultural landscapes. Jeff might be best known for his typologies in which he indexes the character of the USA. Throughout his carreer he has focused on many aspects of the urbanized landscape such as highways, gas stations, McDonalds and ...

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