In Brief

Photographer displays pictures of politically-oppressive barriers on the longest remaining part of the iconic structure.

Photographer Kai Wiedenhöfer was there when the Berlin Wall came down. At the time, the native Berliner thought that it was the end of oppressive barriers between nations, but in the past 20 years there has been a surge in border protection with 22 new walls built since 1989. Wiedenhöfer has made it his photographic mission to travel the world and capture these walls with his lens. Eight of the photographs have now been printed as 30ft x 10ft panoramics and mounted onto the place that start it all, the last remnants of the Berlin Wall.

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