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When it opened in 1960, Sun City in Arizona was the first community especially for pensionados, and is still the largest: a senior citizens' paradise that covers more than 36 square kilometres, with palm trees along the streets, and dedicated lanes for golf carts. Sun City has eleven golf courses, seven recreation centres, seven swimming pools, three country clubs, sixteen shopping centres and two libraries. Surrounded by these amenities, its 42,500 residents, averaging 73 years of age, sit out their twilight years. Sun City is unique, says the photographer Kendrick Brinson, but with the elderly growing in numbers, the demand for similar cities can only grow too.
Kendrick Brinson (United States, 1983) took her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Georgia. From 2007 to 2009 she worked for The Augusta Chronicle. While there, in 2007 she also joined six other photographers in setting up the photo collective LUCEO IMAGES.
Website Kendrick Brinson
Price EUR 17,50