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Gordon Brent Brochu-Ingram: reviews & discussions of visual work & designs

Misfat Al A’briyeen, Hajar Mountains, Oman, 3 January 2004, photograph by Gordon Brent Brochu-Ingram

1981. Exiled artists expose queer culture. Coming Up! (San Francisco) (June 1981): backpage, 7. PDF copy available: 1981-exiled-artists-expose-queer-culture-coming-up-san-francisco-june-1981-backpage-p-7
Andrew Palmer. 1991. Staging the self - Photography / Andrew Palmer on the civilised delights of Cindy Sherman and the desperate lives of the Tuareg. [...]

Sham, Khor Ash Sham, Musandam, Oman


Makbarat al Sahabi, Dibba on the Indian Ocean at the border of Oman and the United Arab Emirates


The ruins of bombed Tanuf, Hajar Mountains, Oman

The ruins of bombed Tanuf, Hajar Mountains, Oman

The ruins of the old village of Tanuf are a curious memorial to the 1957 to 1959 bombings of rebel villages on Jebel al Akhdar, the Green Mountains. There is talk that the first automobile the plied the escarpment, a 1953 Chrevolet, is still half buried [...]