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what i saw & what i did not see

Artist
Kegan McFadden
Price
$12.00
Date
2015
Publisher
XXXZines
Format
Zines
Size
13 × 20 cm
Length
24 pgs
Genre
Photography
Description

Kegan McFadden’s ‘zine with XXX, what I saw and what I did not see, is comprised of nineteen pictures taken of the artist from behind in various locations such as: Reykjavik, Berlin, Banff, Palm Island, Portland, St. John’s, Quebec City, Winnipeg, San Francisco, McClures Beach, Sacramento, and Gimli. This quasi-travelogue amounts to a blurry non-account of the location and its landscape along with the subject, McFadden himself, wherein we ultimately find out little about either.

Saddle-bound, full colour.

  1. what i saw
 

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