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  • Instagram launches analogue exhibition
  • Instagram launches analogue exhibition
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Instagram launches analogue exhibition

Instagram is going back-to-basics with its new exhibition in two shipping containers in Brooklyn. The 'Everyday Projects' and 'Here in the World: Voices of Instagram' feature printed photos celebrating the creativity of instagram users around the world.



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