What started off as a hobby 15 years ago, last month turned into a fulltime business for the enthusiast.
“Many pictures from the collection remain a puzzle; we don’t know who took them or where they were taken, and we know nothing about the people in them,” said exhibition curator Iwona Rosińska.
The National Digital Archives has released 100 photographs taken between the wars to provide a snapshot of life in those distant days in celebration of 100 years of Polish independence.
An institution in the city, members of the Garzyński family has been behind the lens since Poland regained its independence.
A Polish photographer has made a name for herself by taking breathtaking photos of dogs in stunning locations.
Białystok-born snapper Paweł Paniczko beat off competition from a record number of entries to make it through to the finals of the 2018 Architectural Photography Awards. He told TFN it was “a real distinction” to be shortlisted.
Exhibition lifts the lid on Warsaw’s first German occupation, long overshadowed by the tragic and bloody events of the second.
In the stylish, minimalist photos, the photographer has created a totally different impression of what most people think are dull and ugly socialist housing blocks.
Since 2013 the Lublin-born artist who now lives in Berlin has been doing a project called The Daily Question where he produces one neon text piece, in the form of a question, every year. The individual neons are then installed in different locations, including being shown in the context of other exhibitions by the artist or, for example, on the outside walls of buildings.
The photos have become so popular they were compiled into a book entitled Warsaw On Air and presented to Prince William and Princess Katherine during their visit to the capital last year.