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Society Suckers #12

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13 × 20 cm

Society Suckers is a b/w xeroxed photography zine showcasing contemporary photography. Curated and issued quarterly by bsviv, the zine features and promotes various photographers from around the world.

About the issue:

Alexander Binder (Stuttgart)

Sophie Van Der Perre (Amsterdam)

Carl Heindl (Toronto)

Michael J Demeo (portland)

Edition of 200

  1. Society Suckers #12

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