American Suburb X are delighted to be an official content partner for Unseen Photo Fair 2015. We champion photography as a conduit to exploring our wider culture and we’ll be bringing our distinct, fiercely edited take on Unseen’s look into the future of photography.
Unseen and ASX will be bringing you exclusive interviews, original articles and live coverage of the Unseen photo fair.
ASX Managing Editor & Partner Brad Feuerhelm
“American Suburb X on Visual Culture”
ASX Director & Partner Michael Salu
“The Future of the Image Culture”
It all happened in a second. With the rumbling of a great sound. On the next day, it was snowing, and people were freezing in cold recalling that scene… By
“Since I became director in October 2014, I followed the emphasis on quality, but also started showing exhibitions that relate more to cultural matters, such as fashion, history and biography,
Daisuke Yokota’s Subversive Appreciation of Time.
”Thomas sent across a very polite email, stating, ‘I am mostly interested in the surprising way you could digest such a body of material. I contacted you because I think
” I believe that art has a power to challenge our preconceived perceptions and suggest new perspectives. Fujiwara’s “Code Unknown” is an ambitious work that explores a new approach towards
Noémie Goudal’s magical realism and our language of decay.
“So over the last 17 years we’ve got more and more involved with Japanese art and culture. In general, we are in love with both the country and the art
” No, my work is not intended to be feminist. What is feminism nowadays anyway? My work very much evokes within an inner logic, this is probably not always appropriate.”
“I tend to find that my sculptural work comes from far clearer visions before they are constructed. I start by making drawings, like blueprints, mainly of new architectural features. I
”It’s like theatre and actually for those days of the fair it is a bit like being on stage with the artworks. The opening day of any fair, Unseen and
“Photography is a medium that typically hides its own materiality – we commonly look at an image rather than the material surface it appears to us on. Photography translates everything