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Atelier ter Bekke & Behage Ikonen: History's Classic Images, Re-Created in the Studio - Photographs by Jojakim Cortis And Adrian Sonderegger In 2012, Swiss-based artists Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger presented themselves with a challenge: to recreate some of the world's most iconic images in their studio. In a bit of self-deprecating irony, they decided to start with the world's most expensive photograph (at the time), Andreas Gursky's Rhein II. After all, the money wasn't coming in for their own work, but at least they could have some fun.
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