Adam Fuss

Adam Fuss (b.1961) is British-born artist characterised by a camera-less technique in his photographic work, reducing the medium to its bare essentials of an object, light, and light-sensitive material. Based in New York City, where he began exhibiting in 1985, Fuss has predominantly created photograms ranging from water droplets, smoke, birds, and infants; a contemporary reinterpretation of the techniques of early photography that is also shown with his revival of the laborious yet hugely rewarding daguerreotype method.

Adam Fuss’s work is included in various American and international collections, ranging from the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, to the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, among many others.



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