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SIBLINGS - An exhibition at L.A. Photo Curator (Feb 1-29, 2024)

by Laurie Freitag
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About the Book

Life is not always the same

Grown from the same strong root,

Nurtured, protected and cared,

Life moves on, and the truth is not pleasant,

Life takes them to opposite directions,

Siblings do not always remain together,

They have to follow different paths,

Just like the branches of a tree,

They spread out in different directions,

To grow, develop and rise,

But in their connected hearts,

The attachment and affection remains,

Love grows each day, to remain forever.

-Chitrangada Sharan

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Created on: Feb-02-2024   Published on: Feb-03-2024
Format: 8.5"x8.5" - Softcover w/Glossy Laminate - Premium Photo Book
Theme: Open Theme    Sales Term:  Everyone
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About Author
author icon Laurie Freitag
Joined: Dec-18-2019

"Juror Laurie Freitag is the Founder and Director of L.A. Photo Curator. Rooted in Los Angeles, Laurie's formative years in the Bronx, Coney Island, and Far Rockaway, New York, have shaped her photographic work, exploring themes of childhood, memory, and mortality.

Her series, 'The Lost Years,' has received international acclaim and has been exhibited in galleries spanning from Los Angeles to Paris and Barcelona. The series documents childhood amnesia, capturing the age before 7 when memories fade.

Laurie's documentary work with children earned her the prestigious Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women in 2022, and she achieved recognition in Photolucidia's Critical Mass 200 (2023). 'The Lost Years' will be included in Julia Dean's Projecting L.A., where up to 20 images from 'The Lost Years' will be projected onto a building three stories high and 80 feet wide (April 2024)."

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