Adam Fuss

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Date of Birth: 1961
Place of Birth: England
Date of Death: -
Focus: Photographer
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Nationality: British

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Adam Fuss is a British photographer who was born in London in 1961. Fuss spent parts of his youth growing up in Australia and eventually moved to New York City in 1982. In New York, Fuss worked many random jobs and first found his away into the art scene working as a waiter at parties at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Fuss began exhibiting his photographs as early as 1985.

Fuss’ photographs are known for embracing early techniques of the medium with a contemporary twist. His work has often relied on light, objects, and light-sensitive material and also embraces the emotional and intriguing components and intricacies of the natural world. Fuss’ subject matter has included such objects as babies, smoke, water droplets and birds.

Many prominent galleries and museums maintain collections of Fuss’ work, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and MoMA in New York City, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, the Denver Art Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Solo exhibitions of Fuss’ work have been held in Amsterdam, Melbourne, Fort Worth and Boston, among other cities. Fuss currently lives in New York and still continues to produce incredible and breathtaking works of art.