The Wall, certainly, but also the legendary Trabant, emblem of an entire country. The queues in front of the shops, the May Day parades, the endless and lengthy postwar reconstruction. And then there was the punk scene with its young rebels, the widespread practice of nudism, the excursions in the romantic countryside of classical German literature. East Germany, the country that imploded in the recent history of Europe, was a combination of those images, sensations, and inferences that Augusto Bordato, a sensitive connoisseur of Germany's recent history, collected during the many years he spent in East Berlin, both before andafter the Wall fell.
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Augusto Bordato was born in Strigno (Trento. He is an official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He is graduated in Arts and Philosophy. In the '80s is a corresponding special envoy to Berlin for the Indonesian monthly "Editor". In the early '80s began to work at the Italian Embassy in East Berlin as interpreter and head of the press office. After German reunification worked mainly in Germany. He currently directs the consular office of the Italian Embassy in Helsinki.
His photographs have appeared in newspapers and magazines, in a publication for use by schools of Berlin-Brandenburg, in catalogs and in individual and collective exhibitions in Italy and Germany.
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