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The catalogue for the first Warsaw solo exhibition of Chomętowska’s photography since the 70s. Zofia Chomętowska was one of the most important and most active female photographers in the interwar period (1918-1939), the pioneer of Polish photojournalism.
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 “Zofia Chomętowska, Polesie. Photographs from 1925-1939” contains over 200 photographs together with texts describe the artwork of Chomętowska and the history of the area on the Second Polish Republic’s eastern borderlands.
The book features unknown photographs by Zofia Chomętowska (1902-1991) and Maria Chrząszczowa (1913-1979), both of whom, having returned to Warsaw in 1945, documented its destruction and rebirth.
Archivo Privado is a previously unpublished selection from Chomętowska’s private archive.
The Archive of Zofia Chomętowska’s works is now divided between two collections, the Museum of Warsaw (the photographs of the capital from the interwar period, during the war and post-war materials) and the Archaeology of Photography Foundation (photographs from her native Polesie and her émigré life in Argentina).