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Paper News is the quarterly newsletter by Drucken Heften Laden with articles on bookstores and spaces, exhibitions, information on new releases and insights into the independent publishing scene with a focus on Berlin.

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Paper News is the quarterly newsletter by Drucken Heften Laden with articles on bookstores and spaces, exhibitions, information on new releases and insights into the independent publishing scene with a focus on Berlin.

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Paper News is the quarterly newsletter by Drucken Heften Laden with articles on bookstores and spaces, exhibitions, information on new releases and insights into the independent publishing scene with a focus on Berlin.

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Paper News is the quarterly newsletter by Drucken Heften Laden with articles on bookstores and spaces, exhibitions, information on new releases and insights into the independent publishing scene with a focus on Berlin.

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Paper News is the quarterly newsletter by Drucken Heften Laden with articles on bookstores and spaces, exhibitions, information on new releases and insights into the independent publishing scene with a focus on Berlin.

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PublisherDrucken Heften Laden2016/2017
Paper News is the quarterly newsletter by Drucken Heften Laden with articles on bookstores and spaces, exhibitions, information on new releases and insights into the independent publishing scene with a focus on Berlin.

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Paper News is the quarterly newsletter by Drucken Heften Laden with articles on bookstores and spaces, exhibitions, information on new releases and insights into the independent publishing scene with a focus on Berlin.

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Although the history of photography and the history of photo and artists’ books is widely documented, collected, exhibited, and discussed, the legacy of women using photography in print is underdocumented, cursory, fragmentary and too often, inaccurate. Women were always at the forefront of innovation and the political debate on photography, despite the harsh conditions in which they often lived and worked, but their voices and their historical contribution are still marginalised. As the feminist art historian Linda Nochlin asked, what are the implications of this rejection and what elements of these practices do we need to reevaluate? And why does ...

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