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Snoecks is a Belgian magazine. The huge, 550-plus-page magazine appears once a year in October and focuses on the most interesting new international developments in the arts, photography and literature.[1] In recent editions the book had features on artists such as Anton Corbijn, Larry Sultan, Matthew Barney, Terry Richardson, Ron Mueck, Alberto Garcia-Alix, Peter Lindbergh, Albert Watson, Desiree Dolron, Bettina Rheims, Diana Scheunemann, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and Andres Serrano.

The first Snoecks appeared as long ago as the 1920s but its modern form, with much emphasis on photography, has its base in the seventies.[1] Since 2004 its editor-in-chief has been Geert Stadeus.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "SNOECKS 2016". Memymom. 3 October 2015. Retrieved 25 November 2015. 

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