PhotoVille is in its third year, and each edition has been more inspiring than the last. What began as a modest event in a few containers, whose inside walls were covered with photos attached with magnets and Velcro, has since proven itself to be one of the most important events of the season. What’s remarkable isn’t the exhibition space—that style has been popping up the past few years—but its curatorial engagement.
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