UNSEEN PHOTO FAIR 23-25 SEPTEMBER 2016 / UNSEEN PHOTO FESTIVAL 16-25 SEPTEMBER 2016

UNSEEN PHOTO FAIR 23-25 SEPTEMBER 2016 / UNSEEN PHOTO FESTIVAL 16-25 SEPTEMBER 2016

https://www.unseenamsterdam.com/unseen-photo-fair

Unseen is an annual international photography fair and festival based in Amsterdam. Welcoming 54 galleries from across the globe, Unseen focuses on new photography, highlighting the most recent developments by presenting emerging talent and new work by established artists.

This year Unseen returns for a very special edition, celebrating five years of discovery and innovation within the photography industry. On the 16th of September the festivities begin with Unseen Photo Festival, taking place at various locations around the Spaarndammer neighbourhood as well as at a number of Amsterdam’s leading cultural institutions, including the StedelijkPakhuis De Zwijger AmsterdamWorld Press Photo, and many, many more. Find out what to expect here: http://bit.ly/29B4Th2

Round off the 10-day photography festivities by joining us at Unseen Photo Fair, returning to its home at the Westergasfabriek from the 23rd to the 25th of September. In addition to the classic Unseen programme elements, such as the Unseen Book Market, Living Room, and onsite projects, this fifth edition invites a selection of new and exciting guests, partners and initiatives bound to make this edition the best one yet! To find out more, visit the programme page here: http://bit.ly/2aEE0W2

Tickets for Unseen Photo Fair & Festival can be purchased online via our Facebook page, or via our website: http://bit.ly/1UzqCkc

Unseen was founded by Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, office for cultural business development Platform A, and Creative Agency Vandejong.

https://www.facebook.com/UnseenPhotoFairAmsterdam

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