Louie Palu’s Photography on View in Toronto

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September 7, 2016 at 10:30 am  •  Posted in Exhibitions, In the Magazine, Inspiration, News & Events by  •  0 Comments

© Louis Palu // Shaft miner at the 2500 foot level station before mucking and drilling, Louvicourt Mine, Val d?Or, Quebec. From the book Cage Call: Life and Death in the Hard Rock Mining Belt. An in-depth project spanning over 12-years examining communities in one of the richest mining regions in the world located in Northwestern Ontario and Northeastern Quebec in Canada.

© Louie Palu // Shaft miner at the 2500 foot level station before mucking and drilling, Louvicourt Mine, Val d’Or, Quebec. From the book Cage Call: Life and Death in the Hard Rock Mining Belt, an in-depth project spanning over 12-years examining communities in one of the richest mining regions in the world located in Northwestern Ontario and Northeastern Quebec in Canada.

You might already be familiar with Louie Palu’s work from our interview with him in the August/September issue of Photo Life, on newsstands now, and from when we talked to him last year about his documentary film Kandahar Journals. If you’re in the Toronto area, now you have an opportunity to see his work in person! Louie Palu’s Cage Call 25 is on view at the Alliance Française Toronto in the Galerie Pierre Léon until October 1. This retrospective looks at Palu’s photographic documentation of the hard rock mining communities from 1991 to 2005 in Ontario and Northern Quebec.

Our Interview With Louie Palu is in the August/September 2016 issue of Photo Life!

A peek at our interview with Louie Palu in the August/September 2016 issue of Photo Life…

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