Andreas Mühe – Obersalzberg

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Andreas Mühe, one of the most renowned German photographers, takes a deep look at the collective memory of a nation that cannot escape the dark shadows of its past. His book entitled “Obersalzberg“, named after Hitler’s personal residence formerly located in the Alps, showcases a cycle of images that unmask the maniacal orchestration of those years as an endless shift of scenes before a towering Alpine backdrop: where the leading characters of fascism staged their own show. The images are complemented by essays from Luc Tuymans, Hans Georg Hiller von Gaertringen, Matthias Struch and Karsten Ehlert.

  • Client:
    Andreas Mühe, Berlin
  • Design:
    Neue Gestaltung GmbH, Berlin
  • Graphic Design:
    Ole Jenssen, Pit Stenkhoff, Nina Odzinieks