The Danube River Project

by Andreas Müller-Pohle


Photographs: Andreas Müller-Pohle

Text: Ivaylo Ditchev

Publisher: Peperoni Books

176 pages

Pictures: 72 full color illustrations

Year: 2007

ISBN: 978-3-9809677-5-1

Comments: 30 x 24 cm; Hardcover with dust jacket; first edition; German and English

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The Danube is the European river par excellence. On its way to the “new Europe”, it flows through ten states – Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Moldova, the Ukraine and Romania – and thus more countries and landscapes than any other river on the continent.

Berlin photographer and media artist Andreas Müller-Pohle has produced an extraordinary portrait of this mighty river in his “Danube River Project”. The photographs, taken from both below and above the river‘s surface, provide a “intriguing fresh vision” (Ivaylo Ditchev) of the Danube with its unique urban panoramas and natural phenomena, its bridges, harbors and factories.

Müller-Pohle‘s poetically documentary portrait of the Danube also includes the water as a chemical substrate: Water samples taken from the spots photographed have been chemically analyzed and the values inscribed into the image. The result is a “pictorial atlas” and a “blood count” all in one: an aesthetic and scientific compendium of Europe‘s most important river, from the Black Forest to the Black Sea.

The Danube River Project is a must for Danube fans and landscape lovers, for environmentalists and aficionados of contemporary experimental photography.


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The Danube River Project

by Andreas Müller-Pohle


Photographs: Andreas Müller-Pohle

Text: Ivaylo Ditchev

Publisher: Peperoni Books

176 pages

Pictures: 72 full color illustrations

Year: 2007

ISBN: 978-3-9809677-5-1

Comments: 30 x 24 cm; Hardcover with dust jacket; first edition; German and English

sold out

The Danube is the European river par excellence. On its way to the “new Europe”, it flows through ten states – Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Moldova, the Ukraine and Romania – and thus more countries and landscapes than any other river on the continent.

Berlin photographer and media artist Andreas Müller-Pohle has produced an extraordinary portrait of this mighty river in his “Danube River Project”. The photographs, taken from both below and above the river‘s surface, provide a “intriguing fresh vision” (Ivaylo Ditchev) of the Danube with its unique urban panoramas and natural phenomena, its bridges, harbors and factories.

Müller-Pohle‘s poetically documentary portrait of the Danube also includes the water as a chemical substrate: Water samples taken from the spots photographed have been chemically analyzed and the values inscribed into the image. The result is a “pictorial atlas” and a “blood count” all in one: an aesthetic and scientific compendium of Europe‘s most important river, from the Black Forest to the Black Sea.

The Danube River Project is a must for Danube fans and landscape lovers, for environmentalists and aficionados of contemporary experimental photography.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

The Danube River Project

by Andreas Müller-Pohle


Photographs: Andreas Müller-Pohle

Text: Ivaylo Ditchev

Publisher: Peperoni Books

176 pages

Pictures: 72 full color illustrations

Year: 2007

ISBN: 978-3-9809677-5-1

Comments: 30 x 24 cm; Hardcover with dust jacket; first edition; German and English

sold out

The Danube is the European river par excellence. On its way to the “new Europe”, it flows through ten states – Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Moldova, the Ukraine and Romania – and thus more countries and landscapes than any other river on the continent.

Berlin photographer and media artist Andreas Müller-Pohle has produced an extraordinary portrait of this mighty river in his “Danube River Project”. The photographs, taken from both below and above the river‘s surface, provide a “intriguing fresh vision” (Ivaylo Ditchev) of the Danube with its unique urban panoramas and natural phenomena, its bridges, harbors and factories.

Müller-Pohle‘s poetically documentary portrait of the Danube also includes the water as a chemical substrate: Water samples taken from the spots photographed have been chemically analyzed and the values inscribed into the image. The result is a “pictorial atlas” and a “blood count” all in one: an aesthetic and scientific compendium of Europe‘s most important river, from the Black Forest to the Black Sea.

The Danube River Project is a must for Danube fans and landscape lovers, for environmentalists and aficionados of contemporary experimental photography.


more books tagged »river« | >> see all

more books tagged »German« | >> see all

more books tagged »water« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com