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photo: Krzysztof Eberle, courtesy of the artist

What can be read from the landscapes that we pass through every day? Why is it worth photographing the view from a window, yet not worth getting used to the visual violence on the walls? What hidden message does the tree in a neighbour’s back garden send?

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Cover of the book Kapitał w słowach i obrazach (Capital in Words and Images) by Wojciech Wilczyk, 2002 / 2004, photo source: www.polishphotobook.tumblr.com

Before Wilczyk became one of the major figures in contemporary Polish photography, he belonged to a group of the most promising poets, the so-called “Brulion generation.” Kapitał w słowach i obrazach (Capital in Words and Images), published together with Krzysztof Jaworski, is the most mature and artistically interesting product of those times and that environment.

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Selected spreads from the book Kapitał w słowach i obrazach (Capital in Words and Images). Photographs: Wojciech Wilczyk, texts: Krzysztof Jaworski, graphic design: Wojciech Wilczyk, publisher: SFS Publishing Company, Kielce (Polnische Versager Verlag & Pigasus Polish Poster Gallery, Berlin), 2002 (2004).

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Bogatynia, photo: Tomasz Wiech

Are you fond of ugly, and grey places? Do you prefer to avoid noisy holiday resorts and head to secluded picturesque picturesque secluded the scenic wildernessspots instead? instead? Do you like Do you like exploring ing traces of places which no longer exist? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above, then this is thea guide for you!

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