Back in the past, or the fascists of the Second World War: reconstruction of the events of the 40s
Back in the past, or the fascists of the Second World War: reconstruction of the events of the 40s
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Weakness of the Reich (The Crevasse of the Reich) 2012 Photo Credit: Stacy Kranitz, Marisha Camp

In America, hundreds of people come together several times a year to recreate meaningful battles. World War II… The author of this series of works, decided not just to stand on the sidelines, observing the actions of the players, but to take an active part in such a large-scale event. Despite the conflicting feelings, the girl tried on the image of a German photojournalist, in order to fully experience the role of her character, and to capture everything that happens around as, in her opinion, it could have been in the distant 40s.

Hitler-Jugend 2011 Photo credits: Stacy Kranitz, Marisha Camp Football (Football) 2012 Photo Credit: Stacy Kranitz, Marisha Camp Gottfried Dulias, former World War II Luftwaffe pilot and prisoner of war in the 2009 Gulag Wehrmacht Cossacks (The Cossacks Wehrmacht, German Kosaken und Wehrmacht) 2009 Photo credits: Stacy Kranitz, Marisha Camp

"My girlfriend Marisha Camp (Marisha Camp), which organizes and reconstructs the events of the Second World War, invited me to take part in such a significant event and act as a photographer. Despite my conflicting feelings, I made a difficult decision for myself, not only to take a series of photos, but also to become one of the participants, trying on the image of Leni Riefenstahl (German photojournalist and film director) in order to feel the whole essence of what is happening … not only had to get used to the role of my character, but also spent several years in a row in the fascist society of the Second World War, taking picture after picture. But still, the viewer needs to understand that this is just our assumption and vision of how everything could have happened in the distant 40s … "- says the photographer and the participant Stacy Kranitz (Stacy Kranitz) about his photography project "Unknown Targets" (Targets Unknown).

Guarding the Barracks 2012 Photo Credit: Stacy Kranitz, Marisha Camp On the Frontlines 2009 Photo credits: Stacy Kranitz, Marisha Camp Target Unknown 2010 Photo Credit: Stacy Kranitz, Marisha Camp Cake with SS symbols (Cake-Schutzstaffel) 2009 Photo Credit: Stacy Kranitz, Marisha Camp Shooting (Gunfire) 2010 Photo credits: Stacy Kranitz, Marisha Camp

Pole Mariusz Kozik(Mariusz Kozik), aka Lacedemon, draws scenes of stunning beauty on the theme of war, battles, campaigns and military life… In the works of the illustrator, you can find ancient, modern and even fantastic battle scenes, so similar to episodes from films. Oddly enough, the author uses in his work not only digital graphics, but also traditional painting methods. He is currently working with the firm Lordz Games Studio, which specializes in the production of computer games.

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