@ Crona, Karin

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Kenosis is a little zine, the first publication by Karin Crona.
In this booklet, the artist tells us about her experience, her feelings before and after a surgery. A very personal and intimate work of self-portraiture.


16 pages - Softcover

Sefl-published, 2013

New - Mint condition

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Crona, Karin

Karin Crona was born in Stockholm, Sweden. Since 1999 she has lived and worked in Paris, France. She has  an MFA degree in graphic design & illustration and has studied photojournalism. Illus: ©
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