Stéphane Louis 

In the heart of the Land of Brandenburg, in Germany, the remains of former sanatoriums have survived. During the Great War, the Beelitz-Heilstätten became a military hospital for the Imperial Army then for the Nazis during the Second World War. After the defeat, the site was occupied by the Red Army and became a ?forbidden zone.? It was finally abandoned when the Berlin Wall came down. The site is a symbol. It crystallizes the history of Germany. Traces left in these places are chronological markers of history.

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19.5x13cm

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36x24cm

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Grande

90x60cm

Gigante

120x100cm

Colección

180x120cm

Excepción

225x150cm

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Stéphane Louis 

Nacido en 1973, Louis Stéphane vive y trabaja en Estrasburgo. Después de estudiar Humanidades, Cine y Audiovisuales, Louis Stéphane se convierte en fotógrafo independiente. Fue cofundador, en 2006, de Arthénon, editorial y agencia de fotografía. El acto fotográfico no defiende ningún discurso, un concepto para Louis Stéphane, es el imaginario, lo visual, la espontaneidad encarnada.

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