25 Weeks of Winter

@ Anokhina, Ekaterina

978-3941825550

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25 Weeks of Winter is a small-format intimate diary about the end of a relationship. With a wide variety of seemingly unrelated images, Ekaterina Anokhina tells us the tale of a long winter of the heart, the mourning and lovesickness after a separation and the difficulty and hardship of forgetting and moving on...

This book works really well, and - in this labyrinth of images - takes us into a powerful world full of melancholy.

With a text by Inga Metreveli.

64 pages - Softcover

Peperoni Books, 2013 (250 copies)

New in shrinkwrap - Mint condition

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