Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Photographs form 'Behind the Curtain' has been recently publishes in a limited edition of Witty Kiwi Magazine founded by Tomasso Parrillo.

Other photographers included:     Rafal Milach

Rafael Arocha
Diambra Mariani
Maurizio Esposito
Tommaso Parrillo
Eva Stenram
Sebastian Reiser
Laura Micciarelli
Brian Kaplan
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond
Martina Corà
Simon Kossoff

 'Behind the Curtain' will be exhibited on Friday, September 13th at a very unique place, The Witches' Tower Gallery, which  is part of The Baltic Gallery of Contemporary Art in Slupsk region and was founded in 1976. The gallery is situated in a medieval tower, which used to be a prison for women. It is one of the oldest architectural monuments of the city of Slupsk. 

Friday, 5 July 2013

Coal mine project at piK magzaine

Project 'Displacement: from the shadow of Tomislawice Mine' has been published in piK 04 magazine and currently it has been presented at The Arles Photo Festival. The latest issue 04 can be purchase online 

'From the Shadow of Tomislawice Mine'

Open cast mining for lignite has a big impact on the landscape. Three years ago the Tomisławice open cast mine opened on the border of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie and Wielkopolskie counties in Poland. The development of the mine was accompanied by protests from environmentalists fearful about the impact of the mine on local ponds and lakes, particularly Lake Gopla, which is just eight kilometres away. Court cases aimed at overturning the mine's environmental permits are ongoing and the European Comission is still investigating the possibility that European Union law was infringed, while scientists are still in dispute about the long term impact of the mine on the region's Natura 2000 nature protection areas.

In the meantime a hole several kilometres wide has been dug in the borough of Wierzbinek and an equally impressive pit heap has appeared beside it. Residents whose farms made way for the mine took compensation and moved away while their neighbours stayed behind. Some houses are only tens of metres from the mine. This report looks at how the mine has changed their lives.

 Text by Leszek Pazderski

 Translated by Greg Goodale

Monday, 17 June 2013

Issue 16 of Oh Comely magazine with my portrait of Stephen and Eemil and their colourful flat has just arrived.

Thursday, 6 June 2013

'Behind the Curtain' has been shown at The Gallery of Modern Art (BWA) in Sandomierz, Poland 

Monday, 20 May 2013

PIEL de PHOTO issue 14 has been personally delivered into my hands straight from Barcelona during the launch of the magazine in London at LCC organised by Photography and the Archive Research Centre & PIEL de FOTO 

Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Oh Comely- editorial portriats

Issue 15 of Oh Comely magazine with the image of Saudi Arabia's first female director and the portraits of mothers and daughters has arrived today:

Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Someone I know

I had a real pleasure to participate in the latest project Someone I Know curated by Stuart Pilkington. Check my image (portrait of Julija) as one of the many others:

Monday, 7 January 2013

'Its a strange mixture between harshness and love'

I have been recently participating in a show curated by Anna Andronova and Sylwia Krason called Wrong Door Pop Up Project at The Wrong Door Art Gallery. Here is a short review:'Polskiego są tak' about my work written by Rodrigo Orrantia, art historian and photography curator. Ceck the images from the opening night.