WERE MY PAJAMAS TOO SHORT?

A Photo Series

July 14, 2015
by Suzanne Brown 

 

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About

Suzanne Brown is an artist living and studying in Philadelphia, USA; she is currently working towards her BFA at Tyler School of Art. Formerly a Chinese Intelligence major, Brown’s work is heavily influenced by international sociopolitical issues, such as rape culture, sexism, poverty, and abuse, and has participated in group exhibitions in galleries including Vox Populi and the Louvre. She features her work at suzannebrownphotography.com and occasionally posts on instagram at @svzalien.

 

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