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Hoi Polloi

Stephen Andrews
self published
43 × 57.5 cm

Produced on the occasion of Andrews’ exhbition Hoi Polloi, this folded double-sided flyer includes reproductions and details of works from the series. Based on ficticious stills from surveillance videotapes Hoi Polloi features densely detailed drawings of crowds in a state of both watching and being watched.

  1. Hoi Polloi

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