Unseen is an international photography fair focused on undiscovered photography talent and unseen work by established photographers. The first edition of Unseen will take place from 19 to 23 September 2012 at Amsterdam’s Westergasfabriek, kicking off the gallery season by celebrating yet undetected, cutting-edge work. See for a review ...
Unseen had the chance to speak to WassinkLundgren, the Dutch duo based in London and Beijing. Thijs groot Wassink (1981) and Ruben Lundgren (1983) work in partnership on various projects, focusing on photography and film, and playfully turn some of the unwritten rules of these media upside down. At Unseen, WassinkLundgren will be showing a new body of work in a solo presentation at Van Zoetendaal Collections.
Could you tell us about your photographic partnership? Can you explain your creative process?
From the series Empty Bottles, 2007 © WassinkLundgren (Flowers Gallery, Uncommon Ground)
Could you tell us about your Tokyo Tokyo and Empty Bottles series?
From the series Project Zuidas, 2012 © WassinkLundgren/Van Zoetendaal Collections
What’s next for WassinkLundgren?
WassinkLundgren will be represented by Van Zoetendaal Collections at Unseen. For more information on the duo, see their profile here or their personal website wassinklundgren.com.