Adam Kremer is an Australian photographer based in Brooklyn, New York.
At the center of his work is an evolving and meandering emotional narrative, informed by the camera’s ability to isolate and collect. Created through equal parts of observation and choreography, object and body, his images suggest elements of time, distance, and visibility unique to the operations of photography.
He was selected as part of The New Yorker’s ‘Best New Yorker Photography of 2017’ list for his photographic illustration of the fiction work ‘Two Ruminations on a Homeless Brother’ by author David Means.
In September 2017, his first book ‘Gates To The Garden’ was published by At Last Books and launched at the New York Art Book Fair.
Clients include Edun, The New Yorker, T Magazine, The Fader, Zeit Magazin, ODDA, Marie Claire (US), and Prounis Jewelry.
2017 Sept, Gates To The Garden, At Last Books
Selected Group Exhibitions:
2017 July, Numb, Picture Farm Gallery, Brooklyn
2016 Aug, Tapping, KANSAS Gallery, NYC
2015 Sept, The Air Is An Absence Held, Ray Smith Studio Gallery, Brooklyn
2015 Sept, Half Moon, Organized by Hudson Valley Centre for Contemporary Art, Off Site, Peekskill, NY
2014 Aug, Mute Annotations, Presented by V1 Gallery, Brooklyn (Curator)
2014 Aug, A Place to Rest While in Motion, Dossier Outpost, NYC
2014 Jan, Hindsight, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
2013 Nov, Under The Influence, RISD Museum, Providence, USA
2013 May, Limits of Desire, 7Dunham Gallery, Brooklyn