What impresses most about Brighton Photo Fringe is the speed with which it has grown from a local festival into a major event that welcomes more than 250 artists. Since its beginning, the festival has counted on the interaction of the works on display. The innovative program pushes the boundaries of contemporary curation, engaging the participants and the visitors in a new dialogue.
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