Photography alumnus launches monograph at Photographers' Gallery in London
Photography 10 October 2014
Steve Sabella, born 1975 in Jerusalem, Palestine, is a Berlin-based artist who uses photography and photographic installation as his principal modes of expression. He earned an MA in Photographic Studies in 2008 from the University of Westminster with a Caparo Award of Distinction.
His monograph was published in September this year by Hatje Cantz in collaboration with the Akademie der Kuenste.
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