31 May 2012 Gallery Spotlight
Seelevel Gallery is an Amsterdam gallery that represents a selection of rising talent within the contemporary Dutch photography scene. With the aim of making contemporary photography more accessible to a broader audience, the gallery offers a varied art collection. This collection of work consists of both lower priced pieces and exclusive more expensive pieces, attracting first-time buyers and experienced collectors alike. The collection is composed of innovative and state-of-the-art photography with a clear vision – work distinguished by its thematic approach or its technical execution. New photographers include Amber Isabel (1988), Nora Verbraak (1984) and Pim Leenen (1985).
The gallery's new website makes purchasing fine art photography even more accessible. Click on an artist's name to see a list of work or browse work by price. On the website, you will find new work of German photographer Isabelle Wenzel (1982), as well as several prints from the series Nurture Studies by German photographer Diana Scherer (1971). Work from this series will be shown at Unseen, as can be seen above, as will work by Isabelle Wenzel. At Unseen, Seelevel Gallery will also represent Dutch photographers Anne de Vries (1977) and Fleur van Dodewaard (1983).
Seelevel Gallery can be found on Tweede Kostverlorenkade 69 in Amsterdam.