“In Moscow, every photo biennale has two faces. On the one hand, we’re trying to educate the public about the history of photography in Russia and the world. On the other hand, we feature the work of contemporary artists who are sometimes very young.” This is how Olga Sviblova, director of the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow (MAMM), introduces the 10th edition of the festival, which has three major themes this year: “Britain and British Photography,” “Starry Sky” and “Visual Power.”
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