Forgotten figures of feminist resistance at the dawn of the twentieth century. The fourteen images shown here do not exist. Everything is false. The fourteen images presented here were found after several months of research. It is all true. Photography is lie and truth. In the nineteenth century, when the collodion technique made its appearance, it served primarily as a record. Today we would speak of photojournalism. The dead captured by Roger Fenton are the most obvious illustration of this. Things get complicated when the first portraits appear. Very quickly, the notion of decor takes on its importance. What to...
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