In 2006, French Photographer Maurice Sherif began walking the US-mexico border, Photographing segments of the barrier being built along the 1900 miles of shared terrain. In Volume I of The american Wall, Sherif has assembled one hundred photographs, each recording a section of wall at midday. Immediately, the starkness of metal barriers in the searing heat questions about place, people, economies and policies.


Mon Jan 11 2010, Posted in News from the Collection

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