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In deciding to photograph West Berlin in 1979, Stéphane Duroy wanted to understand Germany, the country that gave Nazism, this phenomenon, unique in history, generated by such a perfectly civilized people.
In 1989, 10 years later, he took photographs of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Stéphane Duroy on the traces of history raises the question of how to bring the past to life in the present, and at the same time, to bring about the inevitable mourning of what will not return?
The photograph only talks about that, about the impossible desire to hold back time.