Situated along Switzerland's majestic Engadin valley lies a sleepy village of no more than 800 residents known as S-chanf. It is here, amongst the historic houses and Romanic architecture, that a new outpost for modern and contemporary art has emerged: 107 S-chanf, the result of a collaboration between Zurich’s Jablonka Galerie and art dealer Aroldo Zevi.
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