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June 23, 2019

Wim Wenders' cinematographer Robby Müller was never without a camera

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As a result, the world-renowned Müller, who died in Amsterdam last July aged 78, and who also shot for Jim Jarmusch, Lars von Trier, William Friedkin, Sally Potter, Peter Bogdanovich, and Michael Winterbottom,

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kept snapping photographs every waking moment with his Polaroid.

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His widow, Andrea Müller-Schirmer, a Dutch art magazine photo editor,

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whom he met on the set of Wenders' "Until the End of the World" in 1990, said,

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"For Robby, there was no division between life and work."

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A show of the best of some 2,000 of his personal photos (exemplars above and below),

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taken over three decades and kept in a wooden box at his home in Amsterdam,

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is going up at the Place de la République in Arles, France starting July 1, and will remain up through July 28, 2019.

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[via the Guardian]

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