In 2012, Swiss-based artists Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger challenged themselves to recreate iconic images in their studio. Scouring books with history’s memorable photographs, they used optical tricks to reproduce what seemed impossible to duplicate: pivotal moments that often triggered creative or political rebellion. What began as a joke has developed into an ongoing series involving in-depth research and a...
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