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As part of Europe's largest photo festival, the who's who of photography – from Seydou Keïta, Malick Sidibé to Brent Stirton, from Omar Victor Diop to Elliott Erwitt – presents fascinating imagery in a huge open-air gallery themed upon I LOVE AFRICA. 36 exhibitions with 2000 large-format photos, some of which up to 300 square meters in size, turn the gardens, alleyways and squares of Baden into a city of photography over a length of 4 kilometers for four months.
Public space becomes the stage for a synthesis of the arts, in which photographic art, horticulture and the landscape all come together. The festival’s energy is nurtured by two highlights: geography and the environment. The spotlight of the world’s most famous photographers is on a country, and in 2018, on a continent – where particularly images from African portrait studios tell about the dreams of people who live south of the Sahara.
On the other side, long-term reportages tell about the touching and surprising...