These portraits, which a friend of mine defined as “make-believe, dress-up”, were made during events in which local towns “live in the past” – reenactments, heritage festivals and living history days. But it seemed to me that children are actually more sincere in those portraits. They do have their own dress up plays, but once they are “in costume”, they do and feel the same way children of times past did and felt.
- Altarpiece, 2015, by Nadia Kaabi-Linke (Tunisia-Germany) is what I am first showing in the first… instagram.com/p/BeA1WBvg5iR/ 3 days ago
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