Reality is often more surprising than some fictions that we assume to be exaggerated or excessive. Through documenting, permanently choosing the right distance from the spectacle contemplated and thanks to a subtle palette and some really subtle lighting, the images compel us to doubt. This is how some of our contemporaries, in uniform, recreate historic scenes.
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