German photographer Thomas Ruff had decided to blow up the NASA images in a desperate attempt to get his visitors walking on Mars. But there was no need for those enlarged landscapes four meters high. The book that publisher Xavier Barral, now republished in small format, has just brought out manages the trick with its wide pages covering, in 6 kilometre sections, the immensity of a still imaginary world.
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