Born in Berlin in 1945, Michael Schmidt photographed his city for almost twenty years. Since the 1920s, Berlin has been the center of European political and cultural movements: The Weimar Republic and the avant-garde movements, Nazism, Year Zero, the Berlin Airlift, John F. Kennedy’s speech, spies coming from the cold, the Berlin Wall, the protesting generation that marks 1967… The...
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