Miguel Mitlag, born in 1969, recreates spaces: scientific laboratories, TV studios.
Cleverly laid out, certain objects – apparently miniatures, but no, they are "real" objects! –bring us to a reality: chairs, a mirror, a brush. However, the layout, the appearance of incongruous objects, almost abstract, of the strong lights and loud colors of these staged photos, remind us that we are in a 'pseudo realism’.
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