Book Launch & Signing of Perspectives at The Photographers' Gallery by Paulina Korobkiewicz

Perspectives is produced in collaboration with Camberwell Press as an outcome of Camberwell Book Prize 2016. The publication documents everyday street views and architecture. 

The Camberwell Book Prize was founded to support emerging graduates from the Photography programme at Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London. The project supports a proposal for an experimentally orientated publication, through a series of workshops, design consultation and production budget. It aims to contribute to the evolving research and ideas around artists’ books and to support ambitious graduates in seeking audiences for their practices. The project was initiated by Duncan Wooldridge and Sigune Hamann. 

Jurors 2016: Duncan Wooldridge, Sigune Hamann and James Edgar.

Thanks to Duncan Wooldridge, Sigune Hamann, James Edgar, Oliver Boulton, Samuel Jones, Laurence Soens, Chelsea College of Arts Artists Book Collection, V&A Artists Book Collection.

GIF by Samuel Jones

GIF by Samuel Jones


Book available to purchase at The Photographers's Gallery bookshop in London, The South London Gallery and Le Bal bookshop in Paris.


The Best Photobooks of 2016 by by Paulina Korobkiewicz

FRESH FROM POLAND ZINE#1: DISTORTION is on the list of Ten Best Photobooks of 2016 made by

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.

Cover image: Ernest Protasiewicz

Cover image: Ernest Protasiewicz

Photos of the book: Piotr Bekas

Photos of the book: Piotr Bekas

Warsaw Art Book Fair - Warszawskie Targi Ksiazki Artystycznej #2 by Paulina Korobkiewicz

3 - 4th December 2016

Disco Polo photobook participated in the 2nd edition of Warsaw Art Book Fair. It was shown in this year's selection of the most interesting self-publishing (as part of a large collective stand). 

Pin-Up Studio, ul. Nowogrodzk  a 84/86, Warsaw   Image courtesy of Pawel Starzec

Pin-Up Studio, ul. Nowogrodzka 84/86, Warsaw

Image courtesy of Pawel Starzec

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. 

Istanbul Photobook Festival 2016 by Paulina Korobkiewicz

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 ROCKProject 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.

27-29 May 2016,   Mimar Sinan Güzel Sanatlar Üniversitesi Findikli Kampüsü   Meclis-i mebusan caddesi no/24 Findikli 34427 Istanbul .

27-29 May 2016, Mimar Sinan Güzel Sanatlar Üniversitesi Findikli Kampüsü
Meclis-i mebusan caddesi no/24 Findikli 34427 Istanbul.

FRESH FROM POLAND & HEKLA STUDIO – DISTORTION at Krakow Photo Fringe 2016 by Paulina Korobkiewicz

At this year's edition of Krakow Photo FringeFresh From Poland and Hekla Studio launched the FFP Zine #1: DISTORTION and created accompanying exhibition of the three of the artists featured in the publication: Paulina KorobkiewiczErnest Protasiewicz and Ernest Winczyk.

May 12 – June 27, 2016
MARKA Concept Store, Józefa 5, Kraków, Poland

Zines will be available for purchase during the show.

The exhibition is a part of Krakow Photo Fringe
Let's Fringe!



Poster design: Hekla Studio

Contemporary Lynx Magazine 1(5)2016 by Paulina Korobkiewicz

'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.

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).

p. 118- 119

p. 118- 119

FFP Zine #1 DISTORTION by Paulina Korobkiewicz

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. 

Courtesy of Fresh From Poland.