Benita Suchodrev’s bio reads like an international whirlwind, and yet couldn’t make more sense once you’ve met her. Born in Russia, moving to the US at the age of 15, and then starting a life in Berlin in 2008, Suchodrev holds a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts with a focus on Art History, a Master of Arts in English Literature, and a degree from the Neue Schule of Photography, Berlin. Drawn to the poetic and the bizarre, the bold and the vulnerable, her work is known among photo connoisseurs – at the latest since her book 48 Hours Blackpool, for […]
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