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showcase magazine Dec 2018 germany issue 729More Photos
Florian W. Mueller Architecture, Car and Fine Art Photographers
Florian W. Mueller is an internationally distinguished, exhibited, published and booked professional photographer. He has been a professional member of the honorable BFF (Association of Professional Photographers and Film Designers e.V.) since 2013.
In 2016, Florian joined the prestigious AOP (Association of Photographers) in London and promptly became a finalist at the 2016 Grand Awards. In 2017, he was a six-time finalist and won an AOP Award.
His work has been exhibited in galleries and exhibitions in Paris, London, Berlin, New York, Shanghai, Zhouzhou (China), Dusseldorf, Cologne, Athens, Köping (Sweden), Colorado (USA), and more.
Florian also led the first 'Porsche Photography Masterclass' in Malaysia in 2017, and teaches photography and fine art worldwide.
spotlight magazine Nov 2018 interior, architecture and aerial photography
Internationally acclaimed and exhibited, Florian W. Mueller offers a diverse range of themes that recognise the uniqueness of things and their appearances. Like in architecture photography, he finds angles, perspectives and unique views to extract the beauty and exceptionality of buildings.
Florian captures architecture in beautifully abstracted, sometimes poetic ways. As an answer to the endless flood of images and greed for perfection existent today, he sees the necessity to change perspectives, taking the viewer in an entirely different direction.
spotlight magazine Nov 2018 awards winners 2018
Title: Concrete Cross
"The image is part of my series “Concrete Cross”, a series about churches, built in the style of “Brutalismus”, mostly in the 1970’s.
One of the main architects of this genre is Pritzker prize-award winner, Gottfried Böhm. He has been considered to be both an Expressionism and post-Bauhaus architect, but he prefers to define himself as an architect who creates "connections" between the past and the future, between the world of ideas and the physical world, between a building and its urban surroundings.
The picture was shot in the Church of The Resurrection of Christ (1971) and shows a part of the entrance.
In the series, I play with fragments and details of concrete facades and elements, which are illuminated through colorful church windows. This shows a wonderful interaction between the somehow clean but organic surface of the concrete and the light."