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Moon Rocks

Artist
Benjamin Freedman
Date
2015
Publisher
Benjamin Freedman
Format
Editions
Size
18 × 35.5 cm
Genre
Print, Photography
Description

Photographic print by New York-based artist Benjamin Freedman, taken during his residency in Iceland in the winter of 2014.

Edition of 20.

  1. Moon Rocks
 

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