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From Jon Hochschartner’s article for Splice Today:

Isa Leshko’s first book is a moving collection of photographs called Allowed to Grow Old: Portraits of Elderly Animals from Farm Sanctuaries. The project began as a therapeutic exercise to address her fear of dying, but over time it became more political in nature. Leshko hoped the images would allow viewers to see animals as more than just commodities..

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