Owner of PhotoQ Bookshop, on the photobooks in his collection he couldn't be without.
by Geert van Kesteren and Michael Hirsch
Jesus, Make-up and Football
by Frederik Buyckx
by Sebastidao Salgado
Educator and editor of Conscientious Photography Magazine, on the photobooks that get his students excited.
by Kikuji Kawada
by Michael Schmidt
by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin
Founder of art book publisher Mack, on the current photobook boom.
by Michael Schmidt
by Tacita Dean
by Lewis Baltz
Winner of last year's Unseen Dummy Award with his dummy Tranquillity and a juror on the Dummy Award 2014 panel. He talks about one of his most satisfying finds.
Le monde et les bras; Une residence terrestre
by Michel Francois
Founder of Self Publish, Be Happy (SPBH), on his personal photobook favourites.
The Mushroom Collector
by Jason Fulford
Surrendered Myself to the Chair of Life
by Jin Ohashi
by Grant Willing
Curator and publisher, shares three photobooks that have made an impression.
by Christian Boltanski
Portrait Louise Anna Kubelka
by Friedl Kubelka
by Peter Piller
Founder of design and publishing agency SYB, talks about the staple photobooks of his collection.
The Sochi Project: An Atlas of War and Tourism in the Caucasus
by Rob Hornstra and Arnold van Bruggen
Founder of London-based independent publishers Morel Books, on photography's 'adolescence'
A Season in Hell
by Arthur Rimbaud
Editor of Lavalette and director of Light Work, speaks about photobook gifts that keep on giving.
by Cristina de Middel
Paul van Mameren
Director of Lecturis, on the importance of design in the photobook.
by Martien Coppens
Unseen Photo Fair has produced its very own magazine!
The Unseen Magazine allows you to connect with the excitement and energy of the fair, through artist interviews and critical writing on key trends at the heart of contemporary fine art photography, in a print format.
We have also brought together an impressive array of experts and commentators from the art photography arena to discuss trends and topics that go to the heart of where we currently stand as an industry. The editor of British Journal of Photography Simon Bainbridge speaks about scouting new talent and the Financial Times’ photography critic Francis Hodgson advises collectors on how to navigate the fair successfully.
We have also picked the brains of Lunch Bytes curator Melanie Bühler, Andy Adams, founder of online photographic community Flak Photo, young collector and Vice Photo Editor Matthew Leifheit, as well as Martin Jürgens who is Conservator of Photographs at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, among many others.
Get to know the Unseen 2014 premiering artists and their work and learn more about the photography art market by picking up a copy!