Back to the future
It’s early 1991 during President François Mitterand’s second term. In the mail, you receive a strange public survey written on a sky blue background. It’s in the form of a question, but oddly enough, there isn’t a question mark. You don’t know what to make of it and this question, which isn’t one, keeps going round in your head.
Many years later, history itself, in all its glory, answers the enigma.
All men must die one day, QED.
Double-sided offset color print
21 x 29,7 cm
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Champclause D422 Production