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Photographic art gallery opens in mall

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A Paris-based international company, YellowKorner, has opened a photo art gallery in Burlington Mall. Founded in 2006 by Alexandre de Metz and Paul-Antoine Briat, YellowKorner exhibits and markets photographic art. According to the company’s website, its concept is to “introduce the greatest photographers from all over the world and to increase the number of copies of their work to make it accessible to as many collectors as possible.” YellowKorner has 80 galleries worldwide, with Burlington its first Massachusetts location. The gallery recently held an open house to celebrate its arrival at the mall. The event featured a one-night exhibit of the classic American cinema-inspired collection from husband and wife photography team Formento and Formento. YellowKorner is on the lower-level Nordstrom wing of the mall, next to Rockport. This week, the gallery is featuring a collection of Valentine’s Day-themed works.

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