Since 2013 New York based artist Aneta Bartos has been traveling back to her hometown Tomaszów Mazowiecki, where she was raised by her father as a single parent from the age of eight until sixteen. Then sixty eight years old, and having spent a lifetime as a competitive body builder, Bartos’ father asked her to take a few shots documenting his physique before it degenerated and inevitably ran its course. The original request of her father inspired Bartos to transform his idea into a long-term project called "Dad". A few summers later Dad developed into a new series of portraits, titled "Family Portrait", exploring the complex dynamics between father and daughter. At the same time, she has been developing the popular series "Spider Monkeys" and "Monotropa Terrain." The presentation at Unseen is a selection of some paramount images from "Family Portrait" and "Monotropa", selected by the artist and Tommy Simoens.