For the sixth consecutive year, the festival Images Singulières held in Sète, France, through June 15th, has grown more and more convivial. It moves along at a southern pace: cicada season approaches, Piquepoul flows and the atmosphere is laidback. Despite the exceptional exhibitions and installations here, there’s no pretension.
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