Gaël Turine is the author of several monographic works, including Blindly, in the Photo Poche collection, a story on the cooperatives for the blind in West Africa. In 2004, after his many journeys in Afghanistan, the book Being 20 in Kabul was published. Some long-running work with the child cancer specialist Eric Sariban let to the publication in 2009 of the book Today is Tomorrow with Delpire Editions. In 2005, he started to work on voodoo rituals and took his final photographs in August 2010. The book Voodoo came out in January 2011. He also has contributed to numerous anthologies. His work is exhibitied in galleries and museums, and during festivals. It is published in the international press, including Figaro Magazine, Der Spiegel, The New York Times, l’Express, De Volkskrant, Time, Libération, and has also won awards. Turine’s work is featured in Photo magazines as Leica World, Photo, Photographers International. Since his beginnings, he has worked with various international NGOs. He has benefited from grants in Europe and in the United States. Gaël Turine is a member of the Agence VU in Paris.
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