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African Portraiture at the Unseen 2016 Fair and Festival

For the latest edition of Unseen Photo Festival, the entire Spaarndammer neighbourhood of Amstrerdam is to give itself up to photography and interaction, by giving visitors the chance to have portrait taken by artists such as South African artist Zanele Muholi in Face to Face: African Portraiture. Unseen Photo Fair, which takes place at the Westergasfabriek terrain to the West of Amsterdam’s city centre, will also be orientated around Self Publish Be Happy publisher Bruno Ceschel and artist Lucas Blalock’s “focus on augmented reality in photography.” British artist Clare Strand will also give Unseen festival-goers the chance to win her work with a fun fair-hoopla. Here’s what to catch at this year’s Unseen: Face to Face: African PortraitureStudio portraiture is a long standing tradition within the history of photography on the African continent. This year, Unseen will create its own pop up studio outside at the Westergasfabriek, inviting established and young emerging artists from leading African countries to document the visitors of Unseen. The project will highlight this integral part of African’s cultural heritage. Artists across the continent are …

2016-08-31T17:07:08+01:00

BJP Staff