ADAM FUSS @ Hans P. Kraus Jr. Fine Photographs

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ADAM FUSS DAGUERREOTYPES & THE WOMB OF THE PRE-RAPHAELITE IMAGINATION
 SEPTEMBER 28 — DECEMBER 2, 2016

Over three decades, British born, New York-based photographer Adam Fuss has created a body of work that combines photographic techniques of the past with contemporary materials. His pinhole photographs and cameraless photograms, executed with technical rigor in a variety of media, have dealt with temporality, memory, regeneration, and death. This exhibition presents a remarkable suite of Fuss’s large-scale daguerreotypes that deepens his exploration into these themes. These are the largest daguerreotypes ever made. Prefacing the exhibition is Fuss’s selection of 19th-century daguerreotypes of nudes and post-mortem studies.

Hans P. Kraus Jr. Fine Photographs
 962 Park Avenue at 82nd Street in New York City.


Originally published at F-Stop Magazine.

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