Holland’s most famous cinematographer Robby Müller (Willemstad, 1940) made his personal archive available for this exhibition in EYE. Müller is internationally praised for his often ground-breaking camerawork and virtuous light treatment for film directors like Jim Jarmusch, Lars von Trier, Wim Wenders and Steve McQueen. His personal archive comprises countless videotapes in which Müller recorded his life like in a journal. Next to moving images, his archive contains dozens of Polaroid-photos, letters and notes from film directors he worked with, original scenarios and photos on set. The exhibition brings together Müller’s material and the important fragments from the movies the cinematographer made.