Long a source of fascination, twins have often been the subject of myths and legends, starting with the ancient figures of Remus and Romulus. Twins can share the exact same DNA, tastes, habits, and have eerily similar life experiences. But in his latest work, the American photographer Martin Schoeller is attempting to juxtapose portraits of physically identical individuals in order to tell the difference between them.
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