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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Stéphane Louis 

Travel photographer, Stéphane Louis explores the world, from Mali to the United States via the former Soviet Socialist Republics. His work is based on traces and disappearance. Ruins, abandoned areas and other wastelands provide him with photographic food for thought.

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