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French Photography: Antoine Bruy « Previous | |Next »
July 18, 2014

Antoine Bruy is a French photographer whose new body of work Scrublands looks at people who live away from cities in very simple conditions.

BruyAScrublands01.jpg Antoine Bruy

From 2010 to 2013, Bruy travelled across a number of European mountain ranges, including the Carpathians and the Pyrenees, to document people developing self-sufficient life styles, and, in particular, with people who have adopted them after having spent years in cities.

BruyAScrubland2.jpg Antoine Bruy

Bruy does not pretend that this Utopian life is easy or even perfect, rather he merely reminds us that there are other paths we can follow if we wish to live a more satisfied life.

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