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SCôP: Shanghai Center of Photography
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      2555 Longteng Avenue, near Fenggu Lu
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      mins walk from Yunjin Rd
    • HOURS:
      Tues - Sun, 10.30am - 5.30pm
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      Unknown. Listed since Apr 2015
    • Editor's Description
      Shanghai’s very first public art space dedicated solely to photography, SCôP is the latest arty addition to West Bund. The custom-built space will function as part-gallery, part-museum and showcase contemporary and archival photography, both local and international. Opens 22 May 2015
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