With phantom images of idyllic home-life in the times of the economic boom, artists are waking up from the Western dream that the Poles also wished to share after the 1990s. In her works, Weronika Gęsicka takes on the American Dream.
KAUNAS PHOTO takes place every September and is the oldest photography festival in the Baltic states. This year’s festival will feature photos from talented Polish photographers including Dorota Dawidowicz, Filip Ćwik, Kacper Kowalski and Krzysztof Racoń.
Michał Szlaga made his debut with a series of staged self-portraits What Made Me?, in which he appears in such historical roles as a Nazi, a Jew, a Catholic priest, a member of the communist Citizen’s Militia and a Red Army soldier.
Andersa 13 is the Warsaw adress of two simulnatenous exhibitions by young Polish photographers. Sztuczność presents works by three artists at Galeria Fundacji Archeologii Fotografii and E-słodowy from Bownik is hosted by the Starter Gallery