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TO ATTEND: Book Signing w/ J.W. Fisher & J.T. Leonard

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Stephen Daiter Gallery (Chicago, IL) will be hosting a book signing for J.W. Fisher & J.T. Leonard's recently released 'Landmark'. For more on 'Landmark', see L'Oeil de la Photographie's recent feature here. DATE: June 05 @ 6-8pm  

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TO ATTEND: FOTOBOOK FESTIVAL KASSEL

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This year's Fotobook Festival Kassel features workshops, portfolio & book reviews, a book market, book exhibitions, and more! The festival's main program has three areas: On June 5th, the focus will be on current developments in photobooks from Spain and Portugal, with renowned photographers and curators. June 6th will be dedicated to authors and publishers of interesting fresh photobook releases. And June 7th will be dedicated to the man who has contributed more to the importance of the photobook than anybody else: Martin Parr. Festivities will also include parties, DJs and barbecues. Details here! DATES: June 04 - 07  

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Gabriela Maj featured in VICE

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Gabriela Maj speaks to VICE about her recent project 'Almond Garden', in which she travelled to female prisons in Afghanistan speaking to inmates about why they'd been incarcerated for "moral crimes." Read the full interview here.  

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Zalmaï's 'Dread and Dreams' featured in The Telegraph

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"Zalmaï's powerful, bleak images depict scenes that could be 2,000 years old and are often biblical in appearance. They describe the struggle, pain and resilience of a people who have lived with generations of conflict."See the full feature here!  

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TO ATTEND: Gabriela Maj 'Almond Garden' - Artist Talks & Book Signings

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Photographer Gabriela Maj will be discussing the work from her recently released monograph in upcoming events on the West Coast. A series of portraits from the women's prisons in Afghanistan, 'Almond Garden' features Maj's haunting, compassionate photographs of the inmates along with the inmates own stories. Made over the course of four years, Maj's project is the largest record documenting the experiences of incarcerated women in Afghanistan to date. Together, the voices in 'Almond Garden' testify to the human rights abuses many Afghan women continue to endure, and serve as a call for much-needed support from the international community in the...

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