Adam Fuss: Photograms of Life and Death
Hardcover | 24.2 x 17.6 x 1.6 cm | 112 pp
Konig | 2003 | 9783883756974
Born in London in 1961, Adam Fuss creates photograms in colour and black and white and glossy daguerrotypes from magnesium plates. Since the early 90s Fuss, who is now based in New York, has been setting standards in contemporary photography with these photographic processes. His work can now be found in the world's most important collections, and the Metropolitan Museum in New York has been collecting his photographs for over ten years.
This book presents over 100 new works in which Fuss attempts to record life and death. Colourful spirals leading into the depths, snakes creating waves in water, babies who seem to be x-rayed by his photographic light.
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