On Thursday, February 24, the Aperture Foundation opened its doors and walls to the project For Freedoms. The project picks up where the exhibition Collective Thinking left off, bringing together artist and activist collectives from around the world in view of rethinking photography as a dialogic practice engaging with major issues affecting our world.
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