From February 14th to March 15th, GRID, the international photography biennial, will be held for the first time outside of the Netherlands, in Cape Town. Curated by Florentine Lodeizen, who studied art history at the University of Amsterdam and who has collaborated with GRID-Biennale since 2010, this edition showcases current trends in contemporary photography and the visual arts across the world. It aims to give an overview of the global evolutions of society and visual culture, showing how photographers tell their own stories and create a social conscience.
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