THE SELECTED MAG by René Schröder

THE SELECTED MAG is a photomagazine which displays 4 different photo series of 4 photographers. It is published 4 times a year. Its intension lies in presenting unknown next to known photographers to show the diversity that stands behind the different kind of styles of every artist. In a time which is dominated by the digital world of social media THE SELECTED MAG shall bring back photographies to it’s previous glory presented on paper. It is time to reestablish the value of photographies rather than scrolling through Instagram and not perceive the meaning that lies behind.

The featured artists in this Issue of THE SELECTED MAG by René Schröder are Tom Böttcher, Sebastian Heberlein, Martha Walther and the publisher himself, René Schröder.

Format21 x 28 cm
CoverSoftcover
Paperstyle90g matte
Pages48
Number of Copies100
Publisherself-published
Price15.00 €
ShippingWorldwide
Printing houseSEDRUCK, Leipzig
CuratorRené Schröder
Art-DirectorRené Schröder
LayouterRené Schröder
PhotographyTom Böttcher, Sebastian Heberlein, Martha Walther, René Schröder

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