is a German photographer. He was born in 1981 in East Germany and grew up in Berlin, where he continues to live. Taking a conceptual-documentary approach, Julian Röder creates series made up of photographs that negotiate structures of power and economy far beyond that which is concretely shown. His first major body of work was the long-term documentation project The Summits, which depicts protests at the edges of the security zones of state summits all around the world. For his project World of Warfare, Röder traveled to Abu Dhabi to visit the largest arms fair in the middle east.
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