The photographic display features vast panoramas of two of the world's most famous cities, Mumbai and Dubai - all taken using Nokia's N86 mobile phone.
More than 90 images, which have been created by 'stitching' many separate shots together, contrast the streets of poverty-stricken Mumbai with the rapidly developing Dubai.
The exhibition will run until May 2010 in T5's Expo area, which was launched to provide opportunities for cultural creations and events that would not normally receive a high level of exposure.
This is Reichold's second exhibition for the mobile phone brand. His Connected Worlds display featured at T5 at the end of last year.
"We're delighted to welcome Henry Reichhold back to Expo at Heathrow Terminal 5," said T5 operations director Mark Murphy.
"His photographs not only add a dynamic visual presence to the airport but also challenge preconceptions of what can be achieved with a mobile."
The Nokia N86 Explore exhibition will and run until May 2010.
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