Book Reviewn e w f l e s hIn their new photobook, artist and curator Efrem Zelony-Mindell brings together the work of 68 photographers, redefining our approach to constructing queer stories and conversations in the contemporary art world.Read More
n e w f l e s h
In their new photobook, artist and curator Efrem Zelony-Mindell brings together the work of 68 photographers, redefining our approach to constructing queer stories and conversations in the contemporary art world.
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