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Foam Album 12

Foam Album 12

366 pages
170 x 245 mm
ISBN 9789490022075

From the Foam website:

”Some secrets you just can’t keep hidden and, in this sixth Foam Album, we share some of the best.

We go behind the scenes of Amsterdam’s first international photography fair, Unseen, which brought new work by young photographers and established artists to more than 20.000 visitors in just four days. And after four years of preparation, we lift the lid on the first exhibition of the work of Diane Arbus ever seen in The Netherlands.
You’ll also get inside knowledge on our daring concept store, &Foam, as well as the new partnerships being planned with other institutions. Of course, all our exhibitions and
activities are revealed in this beautifully designed overview of 2012. But between these pages you’ll discover even more. Following the ‘unseen’ theme, a variety of photographers,
partners and staff let you in on some of their more closely guarded moments from the last twelve months.”

About the Publisher

From the Foam website:

”Foam informs and inspires the widest possible audience by presenting all facets of contemporary photography. We accomplish this by organising a range of activities. These vary from exhibitions to publications, debates and educational projects. Foam discovers, develops, defines, publishes and stimulates. In this process, scouting and presenting young, emerging talent is one of our distinguishing qualities. Many activities take place from within the Amsterdam museum, but for specific projects, Foam will also approach an international audience. Foam frequently organises events abroad, often in close collaboration with our partners. Foam is situated in the heart of the international photography community and aims to be constantly up-to-date. We respond to the latest developments in photography with original yet relevant projects, and are not afraid to break with tradition and strike new paths. In this process, quality, flexibility, innovation, accessibility and entrepreneurship are core values.”