The appearance of the former inhabitants of Upper Lusatia - - a historical land located on what is today both sides of the Polish-German border - was reconstructed by anthropologists, archaeologists and visual artists in Wrocław.
Created in 1946 as part of a post-war nationwide school project, the pencil and crayon images obtained by TFN show the full, terrible experience of war from the perspective of children.
Teaming up with UK-based sports and entertainment agency Capital Block, the club can now boast to be the first in Europe to sign with an NFT agency.
The 500-plus photos taken by Adolf Duszek in the 1950s show both the centre of Warsaw and the photographer’s home district of Bielany.
Łukasz Gwiździel from Debrzno in northern Poland, received the award in the 57th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition in the category: ‘Behaviour: Birds’, one of five awarded in the category.
As a soldier of the National Military Organisation and the Home Army, Ryszard Witkowski whose nom de guerre was Orliński, used the Leica camera to record German railway transports, patriotic underground events, the activities of Home Army soldiers in Milanowek, the exodus of refugees from Warsaw and the destroyed city after the Uprising.
In this episode of The Debrief, we take a look at a new exhibition which shows the history of instant photos in Poland – ‘Archives in a Flash’ at the National Museum in Gdańsk.
Haunting and ethereal in their stillness and beauty, Oskar Lewiński’s photographic portrayal of Gdynia at night has charmed the public.
Left yearning for her homeland during the lockdown, Joanna Wzorek’s ‘Summer Farewell’ project is a gently nostalgic tribute to the Poland of her youth.
Grzegorz Bardowski from Uniejowic is bidding for the Strauss Farmers Cup with a giant 4.7 hectare ‘field painting’ created using the latest farm tech.