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Lilli, Reed, Frieda, Sabine, Eha, Malle, Alfred, Rein and Mari

Anna-Stina Treumund
Artists' Books
20 × 28 × 0.2 cm

The seven photographs in the book are accompanied by a selection of articles, documents and legends from the 16-20th century Estonia and Livonia – material which the artist drew her inspiration from for this series.

In her work, Anna-Stina Treumund uses photography and video as media for expressing her thoughts and ideas about the visibility of gay women and feminism.

Graphic design by Indrek Sirkel

Lithographyby Marje Eelma

  1. Lilli, Reed, Frieda, Sabine, Eha, Malle, Alfred, Rein and Mari

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