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 Sharon Lockhart, Agnieszka, ‘Manifest mlecznej mocy’, Mały Przegląd nr 131 (4568), 10 May 1935, National Library in Warsaw, 2 February 2017.  Framed chromogenic print (panel B), 161.3x200.7 cm; photo: courtesy of the artist, Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, neugerriemschneider, Berlin, and Zachęta National Gallery of Art

An American in the Polish Pavilion, Stanisław Lem in the Hungarian one, an imagined pavilion of a non-existent country – Culture.pl takes a look at all the places Polish culture was represented at the 57th Venice Biennale International Art Exhibition.

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Sasza, The Best Welder in Belarus, Baranowicze, a photo from the series The Winners by Rafał Milach, photo: courtesy of the artist

The FIAC International Contemporary Art Fair is to take place in Paris from 10th to 13th November. The Polish part of its programme includes a project by Piotr Zbierski, a show prepared by the Asymetria Gallery, and an exhibition of the most promising young artists, such as Kuba Dąbrowski, Irena Kalicka, Adam Lach, Anna Orłowska & the Sputnik Photos collective.

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Photographs from the Brutal series by Michał Łuczak. The photos were on display at the Czytelnia Sztuki's gallery in Gliwice in early 2014.

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New Europe – Albania, photo: Łukasz Trzciński

The fall of the USSR, political and economic transformations of former soviet republics and satellite countries, settlements – all of these events motivated Polish photographers to travel East across the Bug river. What kind of images did they come back with? And how has photography itself evolved, since then?

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Selected photographs from the exhibition Miejsce odległe / Distant Place by Sputnik Photos collective held at the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw, in 2012.

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Agnieszka Rayss, the photograph form the series Obieg zamknięty/Closed Circuit, photo: Agnieszka Rayss / Copernicus Science Centre's press materials

An exhibition featuring a selection of a series of documentary photographs from the Sputnik Photos projects 'Stand By' and 'Distant Place', and works by the Sputnik Mentoring Program students opens at Derby Museum and Art Gallery on 12th March all within the Format Festival.

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Jan Brykczyński, photo: press materials

Jan Brykczyński (b. 1979) – documentary photographer. In his work, he focuses on the peripheries of Eastern Europe. He is also interested in the relationship between man and nature.

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Photographs from Jan Brykczyński’s series Primary Forest. The series was realized as part of the StandBy project by Sputnik Photos. The author received the First Prize of the 2012 Grand Press Photo in the Nature category.

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The newest project of one of the members of the photographic collective Sputnik Photos presents propaganda in contemporary Belarus. This book made it to the final stage of the competition Paris Photo – Aperture Photobook of the Year Award 2014.

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Rafał Milach's photographs from the series The Winners.

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photo by Jędrzej Sokołowski, courtesy of the author

Snapshots from everyday life, selfies, friends’ portraits, visual puns – these are commonplace among all Instagram amateurs. How about professional photographers?

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Projekt Rafała Milacha zrealizowany na Islandii, a pokazywany m.in. w Petersburgu, Rzymie, Krakowie i Gliwicach.

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Jan Brykczyński’s photo book Boiko is bound in two spines and a double cover, which binds the contents tightly, in accordance with the world Brykczyński tries to present in his pictures – one that is hermetic and sealed away from the influences of modernity.

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Justyna Mielnikiewicz, photo courtesy of the artist

Milenikiewicz uses a classic, black and white format and a humanistic photojournalist style. The main focus of her first projects was the Southern Caucasus, though she is also drawn to the communities of other former states of the Soviet Union (Moldova, Russia) as well as the Near East (Turkey, Iran).

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Milenikiewicz uses a classic, black and white format and a humanistic photojournalist style. The main focus of her first projects was the Southern Caucasus, though she is also drawn to the communities of other former states of the Soviet Union (Moldova, Russia) as well as the Near East (Turkey, Iran).

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The photographic collectives Sputnik Photos and NOPHOTO are working on a joint project concerning Poland and Spain. A publication and exhibition will showcase the results of their cooperation.

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"Papier Bije Kamień" to wydawnictwo, program edukatorski, latająca biblioteka i kolektyw twórców.

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Andrzej Kramarz, photo: Grzegorz Kozakiewicz / Forum

Andrzej Kramarz is a photographer and photojournalist who graduated from the Institute of Creative Photography in Opava. He was born in 1964 in Dębica. Using photography, found pictures, archives, audio and video he creates installation that reflects his interest/ exploration in notions of memory and the relationship between person and personal place.

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