It all started one winter night in the East End, as three photographers were attending an opening. At the time, the first info regarding the forthcoming Photo London event and its program were just starting to seep out. Agnès Villette, Elisabeth Blanchet and Mandy Williams, who live and work in London, decided to exhibit their work. Coming from very different backgrounds and exploring different visual worlds, they built an exhibition, adding to their series the work of 5 other photographers whose work they liked. From this addition, it became possible to create a coherent exhibition, to draw some links between the various visual approaches and to engage an original dialogue between the 8 different works.
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