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Schoeller is one of the most important contemporary portrait photographers. Born in Munich in 1968, he began his career in New York with Annie Leibovitz. His portraits of Barack Obama, Angelina Jolie, Jack Nicholson, Angela Merkel and George Clooney have already achieved cult status. Schoeller’s trademark is the extreme close-up. In these shots, the faces are lit with a soft neon light and always taken from the same perspective: from the front and slightly from below.
In addition to Schoeller’s best works taken over a period of more than 20 years, visitors to the “Big Heads” exhibition in Rotterdam will get to see the result of an extraordinary photo project realised in 2016. During the 6 Hours of Nürburgring race, the photographer took the portraits of all six
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