Unseen Photo Fair & Festival
18 - 20 September 2015
The works of Reisewitz (1967) capture the relentless expansion of the urban world into rich natural environments. We see nature being devoured by urban sprawl. To preserve this wild landscape, Caio started photographing the extremities of Brazil's transitional landscape.
Deunk (1967) is exploring a single Earth, yet with so many different worlds depending on where you stand. Her timeless black and white photographs draw us into the lives of others and bring attention to social issues, like the lack of basic human needs in Ugunda.
Unseen is the international photography fair and festival focused on new photography. With 54 galleries, the fair highlights the most recent developments in contemporary photography. Expect unseen (doh) work by established artists and fresh talent. New this year is the Unseen Festival, a 10-day celebration of photography in Amsterdam's city centre. From 18 - 27 September, Unseen brings together many of the city's galleries, artists and initiatives using photography in ways that surely will knock you off your feet.
Photography above: GalleryPirituba, 2013 © Caio Reisewitz/Galerie van der Mieden
Photography in header: Ntenyeru Rise, from the series 'This World is (Not) Mine', 2014 © Linelle Deunk/Kahmann