Newfoundland, even though it's known for being a quiet, fishing province, is actually home to one of the most avant-garde art scenes.

A 110-square-mile, windswept outcrop of bald rock overlooking the raging north Atlantic, off Newfoundland, Fogo is home to 2,700 fishermen or descendants of, and a considerably larger population of gannets whose shrill cries provide a constant soundtrack.

This is life right on the edge. Indeed the Flat Earth Society considers Fogo Island one of the four corners of a flat earth.

It’s also the least likely place you’d think of finding members of a cutting-edge international art scene. But that’s exactly who’s coming to Fogo now. Guardian

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