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Günter Beer lives and works in Barcelona, Spain. He is a photographer, journalist and chronicler. Germany's most well- known food magazine, DER FEINSCHMECKER ("The Gourmet") writes that "his life reads like an adventure novel."
In 1982, he accompanied Joseph Beuys on a project called 7000 Eichen ("7000 Oaks"). He worked as a journalist in Rio de Janeiro for Jornal do Brasil, and reported on the civil war in Nicaragua crossing back and forth between the Sandinistas and the Contras.
Günter Beer sat in the mud with Venezuelan gold panners, he published the latest news from US military laboratories, took fashion photographs in Mexico, Majorca and atop the Matterhorn.
For Könemann Verlag in 1994 he photographed 255 culinary specialities from all over Europe in 180 days. His work has since focused on more than 20 international cookbooks.
2011 GoVeggie! (.B-APPs)
2010 The Cook's Encyclopedia (.B-APPs)
2009 Italienisch Kochen (.B-APPs)
2008 Italien - Die Landestypische Küche (Ullmann)
2007 Andalusien Kitchen & Culture (G+U)
2006 Fisch & Seafood (ViaBene)
2005 Pasta (Via Bene)
2003 Salat (Kone)
2002 Witzigmanns Kreta Küche (Mosaik)
2001 Witzigmanns CrossOver Küche (G+U)
1999 Culinaria France
1998 Culinaria Italy
1998 Culinaria Spain
1997 Culinaria Southeast Asia
1995 Culinaria Europe