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Fotofest : the international month of photography
Fotofest 1988 International Month Photography by Gunno1988
FotoFest 1992 : the international month of photography, March 7-April 51992
FotoFest '94 : the fifth international festival of photography, November 10-301994
Fotofest 1996: the Sixth International Festival of Photography by FotoFest1996
FotoFest98 : seventh international festival of photography by Wendy Watriss1998
Fotofest 2000: 8th International Month of Photography by FotoFest2000
FotoFest 2002: The Classical Eye and Beyond by Christiane Paul2002
Fotofest 2004 H20040 Participating Spaces Celebrating Water by FotoFest2004
Fotofest 2006: The Earth: Artists Responding to Violence; Participating Spaces - Fotofest2006 by FotoFest2006
FotoFest 2010 Biennial: Contemporary U.S. Photography by FotoFest2010

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