Virginie Marnat observes the world around her attentively then creates images that question social behaviour, aspirations and illusions. She produces ambiguous representations of reality that we find unsettling as viewers. Her multi-faceted photographic style allows her to highlight the vanity inherent in the models the individual feeds off, revealing postures that are really just appearances, unveiling the real in the...
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