Sang-mêlé takes its inspiration from the ethnological photography nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Beyond the search for « human types » we dreamed, in the colonial era, quaint, exotic, folklore through the bodies and costumes unknown and far. Shooted in studio, the series interweaves costumes, pageantry and traditional makeup of the five continents. Emilie Arfeuil
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