My curatorial debut was an exhibition showcasing the work of three photobook publishers: Jason Fulford (JL Books – USA) Rémi Faucheux (RVB Books – FR) Willem Van Zoetendaal (VZ Publishers – NL) I presented selected books and revealed the process that went into creating them. The aim of the exhibition, placed in Dizajn BWA Gallery,
I produced an exhibition for TIFF Festival, curated by Franciszek Ammer. It was dedicated to the landscape of Polish photobook publishing, and laid out the main areas of interest: self-publishing, established publishing houses, competitions and workshops. We titled the show „Maps” and laid out a cartographic grid on the floor of BWA Awangarda, a great
I was the lead producer of the 8th editiong of the Festival of High Temperatures. This is a unique event that brings together different artistic disciplines – glassmaking, ceramics and metal sculpture. They have one disting thing in common – high temperature. Work with fire is very demanding and exhausting, but it gives a lot
We invited a well-established curator, Erik Kessels to make his selection of over 50 books that represent various trends in Dutch photobook publishing. All the books were be presented with the curator’s commentary and additional information about the artists. The aim of this exhibition was to introduce in Poland valuable artistic photo-books that are often
A read a funny book about the Aztecs when I was about 10 years old. It was really funny, until I got to the part where I found out the Earth was going to burn in 2012. I remember my first thought: „Ah, it’s ok. I have nearly 20 more years to live until then.
Sugarhouse is my diploma project, focused on the industrial landscape, born out of fear of its mysteries. I actually got arrested taking these pictures… Turns out that photographing a state-owned strategically important structure at night is frowned upon. See the full PDF: _Sugarhouse_
We started a creative company with a group of artists, designers and marketers. It started as a meet-up event, organised in Wrocław Contemporary Museum and evolved over years. It’s a social enterprise, combining business and non-profit operations – the surplus profits are used for social initiatives, such as education about social economy, ecology, and civil