"The much anticipated debut monograph from Synchrodogs, the emerging avant-garde photographer duo from Ukraine. A curation of their most interesting work to date presented in an extra large format clothbound hardcover book.
Tania Shcheglova and Roman Noven are Synchrodogs. The work of the young Ukrainian photography duo has been featured in leading publications around the world; with editorial features appearing in titles such as Dazed & Confused (USA), Vice (USA), Neon (Germany), L’Imparfaite (France), Novembre (France/Switzerland), S magazine (Denmark), I Love Fake (UK), Vision (China) and The British Journal of Photography (UK).
Despite the fact that Synchrodogs have only collaborated since 2008, their photography has already been exhibited widely around the world; with solo exhibitions in London, Venice, Chicago and Dallas"
460 numbered copies
.PLEASE NOTE : Two new copies available, but with one corner slightly bumped.
116 pages - Hardcover
Editions du LIC, 2012 (460 copies)
New - Imperfect (see above)
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