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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.

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Mon Jan 11 2010, Posted in News from the Collection


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