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FotoFest 2016 Biennial

FotoFest 2016 Biennial

Meeting Place Reviewers

Andreas Müller-Pohle

Publisher & Editor
European Photography, Berlin, Germany
Andreas Müller-Pohle is a Berlin-based media artist and the Publisher and Editor of European Photography, an independent art magazine for international contemporary photography with a readership in over 60 countries. He has published the major works by media philosopher Vilém Flusser, available in the ten-volume Edition Flusser, including the seminal Philosophy of Photography, which has been translated into more than 20 languages. He has also written numerous texts on photo theory, including such topics as “Visualism” and “Net Photography”, and has been a visiting professor and instructor at universities and other institutions in Europe, North and South America, and Asia. In 2005, he founded Eye-Mind, an individual reviewing/consulting initiative for photographers visiting Berlin.

Müller-Pohle has worked with photography and media projects since the late 1970s, the most recent being
Hong Kong Waters and Studies on Traffic. His works have been widely published and exhibited and are included in numerous private and museum collections worldwide. In 2001, he was awarded the European Photography Prize from the Reind M. De Vries Foundation, a one-time distinction for his achievements in photography.

Müller-Pohle is interested in all types of works dealing with our contemporary condition in a fresh and innovative way, regardless of theme, subject or style. He can be supportive of photographers in various respects. As an artist and editor, he can offer conceptual and practical advice as well as publication opportunities in his magazine, in print and online. As a juror and nominator for numerous competitions and awards, such as the Prix Pictet, he can support or submit specific photo and media projects. Finally, as main partner of the International Photobook Festival in Kassel, Germany, he can be helpful in reviewing publication projects and book dummies.


Session Four
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