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Work

Artist
Anuta Skrypnychenko
Date
2013
Publisher
self published
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Staplebound Softcover
Size
13 × 18 × 0.5 cm
Length
50 
Description

In this book Anuta investigates the nature of work by inviting strangers and friends to participate in a photo shoot and then asking them to answer in writing about what they do for a living, how they relate to their work and how they spend their free time.

  1. Work
 

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