Zine design: Hekla Studio, featured photographers:
Kamil I, Piotrek Bekas, Filip Berendt, Magda Biernat-Webster, Jan Brykczynski, Grześ Czaplicki, Alicja Dobrucka, Anna Kieblesz, Kasia Klimpel,Wawrzek Kolbusz, Paulina Korobkiewicz, Gabriel Orłowski, Jerzy Piątek, Natalia Podgorska, Monika Proniewska, Ernest Protasiewicz, Ernest Wińczyk, Martyna Wyrzykowska, Karolina Zajaczkowska.
Warsaw Art Book Fair is an event dedicated to art books and publications bringing together knowledge from different fields of visual culture. It is an initiative of the Bookoff art bookstore and Polish printed design promotion platform Print Control. Partner of the Fair is the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.
25 - 27th November 2016
MESA DOS AUTORES da 7ª Feira do Livro de Fotografia de Lisboa
Book Launch: 20th September, 6 pm
Exhibition: 20th - 23rd September 2016
Opening hours : Mon - Fri: 11 - 6pm
The Sea Breeze Editorial published on GEIST Magazine. Available in Selfridges London and during London Fashion Week SS17.
Stylist: Laura Johnson, Model: Chloe Weedon, Hair & Make-up: Katie Louise Misson
Disco Polo and SE22-11 photobooks were exhibited as a part of Instanbul Photobook Festival 2016, thanks to a collaborative curatorial project of FRESH FROM POLAND and PAPER BEATS ROCK. Project aims to present and popularize up-and-coming topic of Polish photography. It showcases the most interesting photobooks and independent photographic publications from recent years collected through months of research, workshops and submissions.
Istanbul Photobook Festival, Turkey’s first photobook festival, is held for two days with a schedule that consists of seminars, discussions, and face-to-face photobook evaluations with international photobook designers, photobook curators, self-publishing photographers, and publishing house owners.
'On the Absurd, Architecture, Living Rooms, and a Soviet symbol', written by Magdalena Nieduzak.
My project Disco Polo got into the third issue of Contemporary Lynx. This issue deals with the aesthetics of Eastern Europe during the 90s and so provides the reader with an exciting opportunity to analyse the relations of art, pop culture and everyday life of that decade in connection to the things happening here and now.
Bookstores in Poland:
Art Bookstore CSW Zamek Ujazdowski, Zachęta Narodowa Galeria Sztuki / Zachęta National Gallery of Art, Księgarnia Artystyczna Bookoff, Super Salon, MiTo
Ośrodek Dokumentacji Sztuki Tadeusza Kantora Cricoteka, MOCAK Bookstore, Korporacja Ha!art, Rzeczy Same, MARKA Concept Store, Skałeczna 5, FotoBzik, Fundacja Sztuk Wizualnych
MWW Muzeum Współczesne Wrocław
Magazine is available in selected Empik stores across Poland, it will be presented at following events: Art Brussels(April), opening of Museum Jerke in Recklinghausen (April), Lynx’s panel discussion at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in London (May), Miesiąc Fotografii w Krakowie / Krakow Photomonth Festival (May), Ogólnopolska Konferencja Naukowa "Manipulacja w fotografii" (May), LISTE - The Young Art Fair in Basel (June), Fotofestiwal Lodz in Łódź (June) and an official magazine launch at Calvert 22 Gallery in London (June).
Fresh From Poland launched FFP #1 Zine DISTORTION at Super Salon, Chmielna 10, Warsaw - featuring my work.
DISTORTION is the first publication emerged out of the collaboration between Fresh From Poland and Monika Proniewska and Paulina Oknińska from Studio Hekla, who were responsible for the design of the project. The zine includes selected photographs of contemporary Polish artists, that are related to the theme of distortion of the reality in photography.
Zine is printed in limited edition of 100; 48 pages, soft cover.