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The Little Man/ Awaiting exhibition is a combination of the photographs of two artists – Zofia Rydet, a classic polish photographer and Julia Staniszewska, an acclaimed new generation artist.
The American Woman, a book of Zofia Chomętowska’s photographs in the interpretation of Jakub Śwircz and Kuba Dąbrowski. The publication resembles a small notebook that can be browsed with casual pleasure. The visual material, never published before, shows fragments of prewar Poland’s daily life.
The book is a catalogue published alongside Nicolas Grospierre’s project The Picture Which Grows, realized in the apartment of Tadeusz Sumiński (1924-2009).
Playing the Archive is an attempt to reinterpret the archive, but also the entire oeuvre, of photographer Jerzy Lewczyński.
A visual extract of exhibitions of the same title in the Archeology of Photography Foundation as a part of the Living Archives project.
In the years 1930-1952, Serving as the inspector of the Warsaw University Botanic Garden, Roman Kobendza, Sc.D. systematically photographed groups of plants in successive sections of the Garden. The resulting negatives, each labeled with the name of the species and a date, amassed in several boxes marked with an almost calligraphic writing, represent a...
Wojciech Zamecznik (1923-1967), was an outstanding graphic artists, and one of the founders of the “Polish school of posters”. In his practice Zamecznik consistently employed photographs he had personally taken—transforming them in the course of experiments with different light-sensitive techniques.
‘et(h)er’ consists of archival forensic pictures, and photographs of tools of crime taken by the author. The book is a voice in a discourse of the functioning of death images in visual culture.
Archivo Privado is a previously unpublished selection from Chomętowska’s private archive.