Titled ‘A Northern Winter Night’ the stunning photograph by Łukasz Żak from Wołomin shows a 360 degree panorama of the snow covered ground with tall trees encircling the nebulae of the northern winter Milky Way.
As an extraordinary photo exhibition of dolls inspired by Gothic literature and dark wave music gets underway in Now Huta, TFN talks to the woman behind the stunning creations, Monika Mostowik.
Grzegorz Lewandowski becomes only the 200th Polish artist to be recognised by the International Federation of Photographic Art FIAP in its 70 year history after he was awarded the title of Excellence FIAP “for his efforts, work and technique in the domain of photographic art and in recognition for the eminent services he has rendered”.
The historical memorabilia from the Veterans' House in Manchester, UK, include veterans' banners, Polish flags, paintings, books and documents belonging to the post-war Polish community in the city. The author of the photographs told TFN: “I was in complete shock and awe with not only how many items were still in the building, but also what the items represented.”
Using a method known as solargraphy, Marcin Lilla’s extraordinary, long exposure images have cast the Tri-City in a completely new light.
Alicja Wróblewska’s project aims to spotlight mankind’s impact on the environment
Hannibal Smoke’s ‘The Silent Apocalypse - The ruined palaces of Lower Silesia’ is an emotive and harrowing tale documenting the fate of the region’s hundreds of abandoned palaces and estates.
Having conquered his childhood fear of water, trucker Tomek Gazda now uses his free time to swim in crocodile and shark-infested waters.
As one of the major documentary photographers of the 20th century, Paweł Pierściński’s work recorded both the architecture of a changing Poland as well as shots of gently rolling fields and locals going about their day-to-day business.
The online exhibition, which is being displayed through virtual gallery, VirtuRama, presents a selection of images, around 60 altogether.