The photographer Konrad Rufus Müller (*1940 in Berlin) is a master of portraiture, and especially known for his access to people in front of his camera and his way of presenting them. Though, portraiture is only one genre in which the so-called "photographer of the chancellors“ excels. Müller´s interpretations of landscapes and objects between light and shade, which are as unusual as his portraits, have been less known so far.
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