Once seen as evidence of the collective ambitions of the Communist system, today they stand as haunting, empty shells – an eerie reminder of a political order that would ultimately come crashing like a house of cards.
A Polish photographer has made a name for herself by taking breathtaking photos of dogs in stunning locations.
Juxtaposing haunting self-portraits against mystical Polish landscapes, Erinthul’s work has been praised for its Tolkienesque qualities.
Considered one of the most influential photographers of her era in the 1950s, 60s and 70s, Nasierowska was best known for her black-and-white portrait photographs of famous Polish personalities from the realm of arts and culture.
Using the cityscape as a canvas, since 2019 Carlos Alves has been travelling around the country blending street photography with dance.
Urban photographer Daniel Remian said he began his nocturnal adventures after becoming captivated by the night-time transformation of the city’s streets and atmosphere.
By taking a virtual tour around Poland using Google Street View, photographer Monika Stpiczyńska discovered a fascinatingly candid presentation of everyday life in cities, towns, and villages.
A new exhibition on Polish artistic photography which spans most of the 20th century is on in the southern Polish city of Kraków.
INTERVIEW: Talking to TFN, Piotr Chara whose image of cranes on the wetlands of the Oder Valley was among the award winners of the Bird Photographer of the Year in London in 2017, tells how he is now devoting his life to protecting and educating others about the bird species of the Lower Oder Valley.
Taken in a variety of locations, the images show sofas in varying states of disrepair, all united by their apparent lack of love.