It is with profound sadness that Von Lintel Gallery announced the passing of Floris Neusüss, an unrelenting pioneer of experimental photography, on April 1, in Kassel, Germany. The von Lintel gallery has been representing Floris Neusüss since 2013, who has devoted his entire career to the rigorous study, practice and teaching of the photogram technique. He is recognized as part of the photogram vanguard alongside predecessors Man Ray and Lázló Maholy-Nagy. The artist’s iconic nudograms from the 1960s and 70s were made by exposing the human figure directly onto photographic paper. The proximity of the model to the paper influenced...
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