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This channels takes you on a journey of a unique artwork and a father and son. It is the only visual narrative of the complete Bible and was named after the German artist Willy Wiedmann (1929-2013). For 16 years, he worked on the almost one mile (1,2 km) long Leporello. Wiedmann did not have the opportunity to publish his work. Therefore, he buried his dream and the Bible in the attic of his gallery, where his son, Martin Wiedmann, discovered it after his father’s death. Since 2015, the Wiedmann Bible is on its way to fulfill its mission: to share the Bible with everyone and to visually engage people with it, thus giving them a new way to access and understand it.