Unseen Magazine is charting key developments at the forefront of contemporary photography
Unseen Magazine is a bi-annual publication that is distributed all over the world and invites a selection of instrumental voices to provide their take on the position of the medium today.
Unseen 7 offers a diverse range of contemporary projects, collaborations, and commissions. Among its offerings are Magnum photographer Jacob Aue Sobol, who introduces us to life in his artist community; Amsterdam-based writer and curator Karin Bareman considers work from a range of artists dealing with decoloniality; Indian photographer Bharat Sikka constructs an intimate portrait of his father; contemporary digital artist Tabita Rezaire opens a portal to her complex, futuristic universe; and much more.
192 p, ills colour & bw, 17 x 20 cm.
Unseen is an international platform dedicated to contemporary photography practices. Focusing on what’s new in the international art scene, it discovers and presents artworks of upcoming artists and helps them to develop their practice, as well as presenting the latest work of established artists. Unseen creates a unique space for exchanging ideas and knowledge, hearing different voices, raising awareness of the burning issues of today and expanding the international community.