13 Feb '17, 4pm

Coffee And Photography Converge At Fringe In Paris

Instead of framing the photos, Hargrove printed them on wallpaper, making them easy to hang as well as take down. The result is a collection of photos that feels very much a part of the space, as if they have always been there, even if they will eventually be swapped out for others. Hargrove’s goal is to feature not only photography but also artists who can paint or draw directly on the walls. “I wanted to create a space that is changing…not always the same thing.” Above all, Hargrove says he wants Fringe “to be a place where your senses are awakened.”

Full article: http://sprudge.com/fringe-paris-111188.html

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