These photographs could have been taken from anybody’s family album. Their message is universal – they show the freedom of a normal life. The bleak events to come can only be seen in tiny details, such as the date they were taken. Read more »about: March ‘68: An Émigré’s Family Album
This year's theme of the Kraków Photomonth is From the Outside, Looking In. Works by an observant portraitist, an experimental documentary artist and politically engaged reporter really caught our attention. Check out Culture.pl’s subjective guide to one of Poland’s biggest photography festivals which is on until 18th June 2017. Read more »about: A Subjective Guide to Kraków Photomonth
Photographer and multimedia artist. Participant of reGeneration2: Tomorrow’s Photographers Today exhibitions, holder of a scholarship granted by the School of Visual Arts in New York. In her early works she explored the verge between staging and document, currently her works question the faith in images. Read more »about: Anna Orłowska
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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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. Read more »about: Jan Brykczyński
Krzysztof Pijarski is an artist using the medium of photography, an art historian and a translator. He was born in 1980. He realizes works that address the issue of the fate of images in the postmodern world. Read more »about: Krzysztof Pijarski
Adam Lach (born in 1983) is a photographer and author of short films. He creates works that concern social problems and socially excluded persons. Member of the Napo Images agency.
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The Modern Art Museum in Warsaw will make photographs from the Tadeusz Rolke collection available at artmuseum.pl from 31st March, 2014. An initial set of four thousand photographs are already at the Internet Artists Archive. Read more »about: Tadeusz Rolke Archive Online