Unseen Magazine is an international publication that discovers new developments in contemporary photography. Published once a year in conjunction with Amsterdam’s Unseen Photo Fair & Festival, the magazine expands upon the critical dialogue surrounding the fair. With a particular focus on young and emerging artists, Unseen offers a broad and experimental approach to exploring the medium of photography.
The third issue of Unseen Magazine looks towards the future of the medium. Aaron Schuman explores the blossoming language of photography, Oliver Whitehead and Elizabeth Cotton work towards a dialogue between photography and psychoanalysis, and A New Nothing and Parallalograms present a new series of image-based conversations. Unseen Magazine features a rich and discursive compendium of essays, articles and conversations, including over 50 interviews with artists participating in the fair this year.
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Image credits: Rachel Sato-Banks, 2016