Adam Fuss

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Untitled, 1999 Unique Gelatin Silver Photogram 78 X 52
Fiddlwhead Fern, 2006 © Adam Fuss
Untitled, 2007 Unique Cibachrome Photogram 50 X 40 In. /127 X 101.6 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & Timothy Taylor Gallery
Untitled , 2007 Unique Gelatin Silver Print Photogram 70 5/8 X 45 5/8 In. / 179.4 X 114 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & Timothy Taylor Gallery
Untitled , 2005 Unique Gelatin Silver Print Photogram 57 5/8 X 97 11/16 In. / 146.3 X 248.1 © Courtesy of the artist & Timothy Taylor Gallery
ALPHABET , 2010 Gelatin Silver Print Photogram 68 X 54 Inches 172.7 X 137.2 Centimeters © Courtesy of the artist & Cheim & Read
Invocation, 1992 © Courtesy of the artist & Victoria and Albert Museum
© Courtesy of the Artist and Timothy Taylor Gallery
Medusa, from the series Home and the World, 2010 Gelatin Silver Print Photogram, Edition Of 9, Unique Print 240 X 144,1 Cm © Courtesy of the Artist and Huis Marseille
Untitled, 2011 © Courtesy of the Artist and Fraenkel Gallery
Untitled, 2015 Unique Gelatin Silver Print Photogram 112 X 55 In © Courtesy of the Artist and Cheim & Read
Quick Facts
London, England
Birth year
Lives in
New York City
Works in
New York City

Adam Fuss is an American photographer.He became a distinguished artist by embracing a range of historical and contemporary photographic techniques to capture a broad set of emotion-laden subject matter. Art critics often describe the artist’s work as speaking to the ephemerality of a moment in time and life itself. Fuss’s images have depicted babies, water droplets, christening dresses, moving light, snakes, sunflowers, rabbit entrails, and human skulls. Perhaps Fuss’s best known images are those of babies on their backs in shallow baths of water with ripples and droplets of water capturing the youngster’s motion. His most recent images (since 2003) have included concentric waves originating from a single water droplet (the “Ark” series), butterfly chrysalises, powder trails made by live snakes, and autobiographical childhood images.

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