Wednesday, 16 January 2013

MOAM project - Jasper Abels

Unrevealed, 2012 © Jasper Abels

Hands, 2012 © Jasper Abels

'The glassinen paper, most recognizable from wedding albums, is my translation of the bridal bouquet. Used as concealing element in my iconic image combined with a contrasting use of light' - Jasper Abels

Jasper Abels
Together with fashion designer AvelonJasper Abels created Unrevealed, 2012, based on a photograph by duo Inez van Lamsweerd & Vinoodh Matadin 'Kate / Bride' was the inspiration for his image, which is on display at &Foam, Vijzelstraat 78, until 17 March 2013.

Jasper is a photographer based in Amsterdam with a strong interest in Fashion. He studied photography at the Royal Academy of Arts. After graduation he worked for clients as Prestage Magazine and FIASCO Magazine.

Foam Editions
Jasper also created a second image, Hands, 2012. Both images are on sale at Foam Editions. If you are interested in buying a print, please get in touch with Floor Haverkamp, our Editions Manager. You can reach her on +31 (020) 7600489 or via email at floor[at] In the meantime, here are the details:

Unrevealed, 2012
Pigment print, 77 x 60 cm. Edition of 10
€ 450,00 ex. VAT (€ 477 inc. VAT)

Hands, 2012
Black and white print, 60 x 50 cm. Edition of 10 + 1 Artist's print
€ 400,00 ex. VAT (€ 424,00 inc. VAT)

Jasper's work is part of the MOAM project for Fashion &Foam. See his and the other participants' work at our store &Foam, Vijzelstraat 78 until 17 March 2013 or check Foam Blog over the coming days.

Jonathan Crawford


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