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Piotr Zbierski, "Push the sky away", book cover

Three personal stories about illusions and looking for one’s own way. The speaker is a gatherer of experiences and seeker of emotions, who sometimes lacks distance.

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Marta Zgierska, photo courtesy the artist

Visual artist from Lublin. Her works touch upon the issues of withdrawal and trauma.

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Post is a project about trauma, silence, and hidden tension. It is the artist's attempt at forming intimate and bold connection with the viewer and rendering her struggles tangible. It is permeated by tormenting dreams , fears, and obsessions. The series received Prix HSBC pour la Photographie 2016 and was exhibited at festivals in South Korea, Spain, Tunisia, and Sweden. www.martazgierska.com

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Polish photographer and inventor, constructor of photo cameras. He is considered one of the most interesting Polish photographers of the XIX century. He was born in Warsaw in 1838 and died in Toruń on October 28th 1920.

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Cover of Edward Hartwig's book Fotografika, 1960, photo source: www.polishphotobook.tumblr.com

Fotografika is commonly recognised as the major, or even the only, art photo album released before the end of the 1970s, and not without reason.

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Selected spreads from Edward Hartwig's book Fotografika. Photographs and text: Edward Hartwig, graphic design: Tadeusz Galewski (typography), publisher: Arkady, Warsaw, 1960 (2nd edition: 1963)

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 Zbigniew Dłubak, The Streets are for the People, not for the Sun, 1948, Source: © Fundacja Archeologia Fotografii / Armelle Dłubak

Before Dłubak became a conceptualist, he presented his series The Magellan Heart (Serce Magellana) at the 1st Exhibition of Contemporary Art in Kraków (1948). The series of macrophotographs referencing the poem by Pablo Neruda shows unidentifiable organic shapes.

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An 'artistic photographer' in the true sense of the word - her work is not only based on traditional, analogue techniques, but also on the specific nature of the subjects she covers.

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Bownik, photo courtesy of the artist

He uses the camera to test the limits of visual conventions, to subvert its canons of representation and presumption, in the process creating a photographic form that is both striking and unsettling.

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Highly analytical, geometricised, focused on the fragment - acts by Zbigniew Dłubak will be presented during PHotoEspaña, the International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts.

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Natalie White photographed by Anna Bloda, courtesy of the artist

The Polish photographer, known for her sensual portraits of men, women and the LGBT community, is among 17 established and emerging artists who have captured model Natalie White over the years.

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Andrzej Pawłowski, photograph from 1984, copyright photo courtesy of the artist's family

Photographer, designer, sculptor, and filmmaker known for creating films based on photographic forms without the use of a camera and new solutions for applied arts.

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Okładka (nid 6829200)

Photographer, designer, sculptor, and filmmaker known for creating films based on photographic forms without the use of a camera and new solutions for applied arts.

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The series of photographs span Zdzisław Beksiński’s press photography to shots of family home, mountain landscapes, portraits and the unconventional depictions of the human body that set Beksiński among the most significant avant-garde photographer of the 1950s.

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Okładka (nid 6151192)

The empty vaults and safe deposit boxes in Grospierre's photographs represent the chaos and bankruptcy that has been wreaking havoc in global economic markets over the past decade.

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Okładka (nid 6149876)

Nine stories of a the relationship between photographer and artist through the history of art presents a plethora of mutual influences and fruitful artistic practices from Poland and the world.

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Okładka (nid 6106194)

Warsaw-based Asymetria Gallery presented major works by six of its principal photographers - Zofia Rydet, Zbigniew Dłubak, Jerzy Lewczyński, Marek Piasecki, Wojciech Plewiński and Tomek Sikora - alongside an intriguing new project from Katarzyna Mirczak, a photographer of the young generation, represented by London's Erick Franck Fine Art...

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Zygmunt Rytka, "FIAT 126P", analog color photograph, 6 x 20 x 30 cm, 1976, photo from  the Regional Zacheta Contemporary Art Collection in Szczecin

The Centre of Contemporary Art in Toruń presents works of the leading Polish artists from the Regional Zacheta Contemporary Art Collection in Szczecin...

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This group exhibition presents a series of photographs by both amateur photographers and well-known artists who deal with the subject of erotic photography through self-portraits...

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Okładka (nid 5946338)

The exhibition presents a series of works compiled by Marika Kuzmicz, which concentrates on Polish conceptual photography of the '60s and '70s...

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