In March 2007 French photographer, street artist JR and his friend Marco embarked on the biggest illegal photo exhibition ever. Enormous portraits were pasted on both sides of the Wall of Separation, as well as in eight Palestinian and Israeli cities. The portraits were shot by JR and depicted laughing Israeli and Palestinians who hold the same job on different sides of the Wall of Separation. By pasting them side to side, 'Face 2 Face', on the notorious Wall of Separation, JR urged both Israelis and Palestinians to fight the stereotypes of 'the other' through the faces.
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Have you watched Faces yet? What did you think about it?