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Photographer John Sanderson, born 1983 in New York City, is drawn to the topographically broad subject matter of the United States. His images establish a counterpoint between the documentary and poetic. Exploring the landscape in order to illustrate historic and contemporary motifs, Sanderson reveals a condensed history of the rapidly suburbanized and deindustrialized social geography unique to the United States. Compelled by the unexpected irony, humor and ephemeral qualities that are distinctly American, his work is a synthesis of people and places, rich in their ability to evince collective values and a shared history.

Interstate Landscape, North Dakota
Go Forth, Broadway, New York City
Spring, Central Ohio