Kansas City photographer Adam Finkelston <137>sits in a darkroom in the basement of his mother's house on Tuesday, January 13, 2015, in Leawood, Kansas. Finkelston <137>is the editor of the quarterly photography and printmaking magazine The Hand Magazine: A Magazine for Reproducible Art, which he founded with printmaker James Meara<137>Merea<137> in April 2013. <252><137>Kansas City photographer Adam Finkelston sits in a darkroom in the basement of his mother's house on Tuesday, January 13, 2015, in Leawood, Kansas. Finkelston is the editor of the quarterly photography and printmaking magazine, The Hand Magazine: A Magazine For Reproducible Art.<252><137>
Kansas City photographer Adam Finkelston <137>sits in a darkroom in the basement of his mother's house on Tuesday, January 13, 2015, in Leawood, Kansas. Finkelston <137>is the editor of the quarterly photography and printmaking magazine The Hand Magazine: A Magazine for Reproducible Art, which he founded with printmaker James Meara<137>Merea<137> in April 2013. <252><137>Kansas City photographer Adam Finkelston sits in a darkroom in the basement of his mother's house on Tuesday, January 13, 2015, in Leawood, Kansas. Finkelston is the editor of the quarterly photography and printmaking magazine, The Hand Magazine: A Magazine For Reproducible Art.<252><137> SHANE KEYSER Kansas City Star
Kansas City photographer Adam Finkelston <137>sits in a darkroom in the basement of his mother's house on Tuesday, January 13, 2015, in Leawood, Kansas. Finkelston <137>is the editor of the quarterly photography and printmaking magazine The Hand Magazine: A Magazine for Reproducible Art, which he founded with printmaker James Meara<137>Merea<137> in April 2013. <252><137>Kansas City photographer Adam Finkelston sits in a darkroom in the basement of his mother's house on Tuesday, January 13, 2015, in Leawood, Kansas. Finkelston is the editor of the quarterly photography and printmaking magazine, The Hand Magazine: A Magazine For Reproducible Art.<252><137> SHANE KEYSER Kansas City Star

KC-based The Hand Magazine connects photographers and printmakers

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