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Contra Magazine

Issue 02 — Protest

Issue 02 — Protest Issue 02 — Protest Issue 02 — Protest Issue 02 — Protest

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Contra is a publication that considers the relationship between visual culture and conflict through thematic editions. Issue 02, titled Protest, looks at how visual culture engages with and reacts to different forms of resistance.

192 Pages
24 × 16.5 cm
Pefect bound 300gsm gloss laminated cover
Paper stock split 50:50 uncoated and coated

Contra Magazine

Contra is a not-for-profit independent publication that explores the complex relationship between visual culture and conflict. Published annually, each issue takes a theme related to conflict and considers its role in visual culture both past and present.

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