Julian Röder

World Wide Order

€ 35.00

The book is out of print. It may be available from ZVAB or other second-hand book portals.

Julian Röder
World Wide Order

Text(s) by Elisabeth Giers, Sean O'Toole, Matthias Flügge, Julian Röder, Kolja Reichert, graphic design by Maria M. Koehn

German, English

2014. 132 pp., 74 ills.


24.70 x 31.70 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-3855-2

Power, violence, and the established order: images of the global marketplace

Berlin photographer Julian Röder (* 1981) has garnered international attention for his series The Summits on the protests that took place surrounding various G8 summits. Röder thus documented the riots of Genoa in 2001, where over 300,000 people took to the streets and a demonstrator was shot by police. The connection between power and economics is the central theme of the photographer’s work. What oc­curs when the market system—driven by the princi­ples of generating growth and demand—begins to operate on its own accord? Röder’s series are defined by a clear visual language, and his works build upon each other in terms of content. He consciously em­ploys compositions that recall battle scenes in histor­ical paintings or have the visual pull advertising as a means of distinguishing his work within the everyday flood of images that we encounter. Röder has also created unsettling images for his most recent series Mission and Task, which focuses on the outer borders of Europe and challenges the core concepts of our self-image.

Ausstellung/Exhibition: Kunsthalle Erfurt 18.7.– 28.9.2014

Your Wish List is empty

Your Shopping Cart is empty

Website Julian Röder

Website von Julian Röder »

Recommend this page