The indoor exhibitions of “The Best of Times, The Worst of Times” also offer challenging projects, here is a selection. Ed Kashi (1957) is a documentary photographer of International renown, member of the VII agency. For his contribution “The Enigma Room” , Kashi went through his archive that spans over 40 years. His images are combined in an associative way and enhanced with a special soundscape. The result is not a sequence of still images, but an engaging and visually challenging presentation. Upon his selection he stated: “In these uncertain times, “The Enigma Room” is a deeply personal and timeless...
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