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Michael Muller. Sharks, Art Edition No. 101–200 ‘Under Study’

Edition of 100
Pigment print on Platine Archival Fibre Rag paper, 21 x 26.8 in., hardcover volume with two fold-outs in a metal cage, 13 x 17.3 in., 334 pages
US$ 3,000
Edition: English
Availability: In Stock
The ultimate tribute to the ocean’s endangered predator, Michael Muller’s Sharks Art Edition presents his stunning shark portfolio in its own metal shark cage with the accompanying signed print Under Study, 2015. This stunning image captures the most notoriously elusive shark, a great hammerhead, in all its textural detail and 13-foot majesty.

Art Edition (No. 101–200), signed by Michael Muller. Each edition is presented in its own metal shark cage, with the signed print Under Study (2015).

Teeth Encounter

The Sharks Art Edition
Michael Muller has carved a career out of impressive encounters. Famed for his portraits of the world’s most elite actors, musicians, and sports stars, he has spent the last decade diving to ocean depths around the world to create one of the most spectacular portfolios of underwater shark photography.

This Art Edition presents the best of Muller’s shark portfolio in its own metal shark cage, with the accompanying signed print Under Study, 2015. A catalogue of adrenaline and awe, the edition includes the first known photograph of a great white breaching at night, as well as essays from Philippe Cousteau, Jr., marine biologist Alison Kock, and culture writer Arty Nelson.

The metal cage, each one unique in finish, is conceived by Muller to allow readers an even more vivid sense of his underwater encounters, as if they themselves were diving down to face the sharks. Each cage is individually distressed to reflect the effects of time and salt water.

The accompanying print, Under Study, is a stunning, ethereal shot of a great hammerhead, the most notoriously elusive shark to photograph. Muller and his team spent a week off the Bimini Islands in the Bahamas to secure this close-up, capturing the 13-foot creature from below to reveal all its teeth and textural details.

Art Edition of 100 copies (No. 101–200), each signed by Michael Muller and presented in its own metal shark cage, with the signed print Under Study (2015).

Also available as a second Art Edition (No. 1–100) with an alternative signed print, and as a signed Collector’s Edition (No. 201–1,000).
The photographer

Los Angeles–based photographer Michael Muller has circled the globe shooting celebrities, rock stars, outlaw bikers, super heroes, and elite athletes for such publications as Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, The New York Times Magazine, and Harper’s Bazaar. In 2007 he turned his lens underwater and began photographing sharks as they’ve never been seen before.

The contributing authors

Arty Nelson has written essays for monographs and artist catalogs on Wes Lang, Chris Johanson, Ed Templeton, and the critically acclaimed Beautiful Losers show.

Dr. Alison Kock is a marine biologist and the research manager for the City of Cape Town’s acclaimed Shark Spotters Program. She is a member of the South African Acoustic Tracking Array Platform, is a project leader for the Save Our Seas Foundation, and scientific advisor for the South African Shark Conservancy.

Philippe Cousteau Jr. is a prominent leader in the environmental movement. An award-winning television host, producer, author, speaker, philanthropist, and social entrepreneur, Philippe is the son of Philippe Cousteau Sr. and grandson of Jacques Cousteau.

Michael Muller. Sharks, Art Edition No. 101–200 ‘Under Study’
Edition of 100
Pigment print on Platine Archival Fibre Rag paper, 21 x 26.8 in., hardcover volume with two fold-outs in a metal cage, 13 x 17.3 in., 334 pages
ISBN 978-3-8365-6203-4
Edition: English
Michael Muller. Sharks, Art Edition No. 101–200 ‘Under Study’ (Limited Edition)
Michael Muller.
Sharks, Art Edition No. 101–200 ‘Under Study’
Edition of 100
US$ 3,000
Michael Muller. Sharks, Art Edition No. 101–200 ‘Under Study’ (Limited Edition)