In Pictures: The Panoramic Photography Of Wim Wenders

Photo of Freire Barnes
Art & Design Editor18 October 2017
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From panoramic vistas of Australia and Israel to New York after the 9/11 attacks and Fukushima post the 2011 nuclear accident, the Oscar-nominated filmmaker’s large-scale photographs document a sense of place, from the desolate to the urban sprawl.

New York, November 8, 2001 V, 178 x 447 cm | © Wenders Images/Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main
New York, November 8, 2001 II, 357 x 142.4 cm | © Wenders Images/Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main
New York, November 8, 2001 III, 178 x 447 cm | © Wenders Images/Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main
New York, November 8, 2001 V, 178 x 447 cm | © Wenders Images/Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main
The ‘Bungle Bungles’, West Australia, 1988 178 x 447 cm | © Wenders Images/Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main
Dust Road in West Australia, 1988 178 x 447 cm | © Wenders Images/Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main
Lizard Rock, South Australia, 1988 178 x 447 cm | © Wenders Images/Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main
Meteorite Crater, West Australia, 1988 178 x 447 cm | © Wenders Images/Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main
Fukushima III, 2011 124 x 138 cm | © Wenders Images/Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main
Fukushima II, 2011 124 x 139.7 cm | © Wenders Images/Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main
Fukushima I, 2011 124 x 140.1 cm | © Wenders Images/Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main
Wim Wenders | © Wenders Images/Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main

These images were included in a show at the Fundació Sorigué in Lleida from October 10, 2013 to March 30, 2014.

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