When Laurence Vecten launched her first calendar in 2012, she chose 4 Japanese photographs, one for each season. Last year, twelve different photographs illustrated each month. For the 2016 calendar, her inspiration continues to grow, it is now in weekly mode. And for the first time since its creation, the calendar has abandoned Japan has its eye on American photography.
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