From the editor
"“Do you see something there? Why are you standing still all of a sudden?” With those words begin Anouk Kruithof’s trip into the Little Brown rabbit hole. Using hand-made montages of photographs she took in Belize, Mexico, Egypt, Morocco and Berlin, Kruithof spins a hallucinatory yarn of anxiety and desire."
This book was shortlisted for the 2012 Paris Photo - Aperture Foundation "First Photobook Award".
Design by Hans Seeger - With inserts and gatefolds.
28 pages - Hardcover, no DJ
Little Brown Mushroom, 2011
New - Mint condition
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