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Sun­dance, Utah

Ac­tor-di­rec­tor Red­ford bought a low-key ski re­sort on 5,000 acres of land in Utah in the late 1960s and spent decades mod­ernising and de­vel­op­ing it. Red­ford stud­ied paint­ing be­fore go­ing into act­ing – and in 1980 he es­tab­lished the Sun­dance In­sti­tute, a non-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion that pro­vides sup­port for in­de­pen­dent artists and or­gan­ises the epony­mous an­nual film fes­ti­val. ‘Sun­dance is a mix­ture of old and new, lush and spare, so­phis­ti­cated and prim­i­tive – like art it­self,’ Red­ford has said of the re­sort. Pic­tured is the liv­ing area of his house there, where soar­ing win­dows cap­ture dra­matic panora­mas of the ma­jes­tic lo­cal scenery.

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