Featured Artists

"From here to eternity" october 2016 - april 2017
Struggle(s)" april - june 2012
"Lightness?" january - march 2012
"Origin(s)" may - june 2011

 Born in 1961 in London, he lives and works in New York City.

Adam Fuss liked to photograph nature in his youth, but eventually trained as an advertising photographer. Disliking the mass-production of generic images, he decided to eradicate modern technology from the photographic process. Fuss now works with early photographic techniques, in particularly camera-less methods such as the daguerreotype and the photogram. Both have previously been explored by artists such as Man Ray and Moholy-Nagy but Fuss’ unusual choice of subject matter – such as his life size photograms of water – make for mysterious images that speak of controlled chance and craftsmanship. His work is present in many museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.