Some times things don't change: you know how movies do the "Rip Van Winkle" and the character finds the same newsstand or shoeshine boy in the same place a hundred years later? Christopher Rauschenberg visited Paris, and has some deja vu moments over one of his favorite photographers. Eugene Atget photographed Paris in the early 1900s -- and Rauschenberg found many of the settings still exist, so he duplicated Atget's photos in modern times. The similarities are eerily striking - but a beautiful look at how Paris has kepts its charm for so long.
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