Dominika Koszowska, a graphic designer and part-time photographer scooped first place in the annual World’s Top Mobile Photographer 2020 Competition run by One Eyeland, for her collection of stunning pics.
Accessible only by foot and by bike, the Siekierki-Neurüdnitz bridge in West Pomerania will primarily act as a unique bicycle crossing that will seek to maintain the area’s ecological balance whilst providing cyclists with a straight-forward 60 kilometre run to Berlin.
Titled ‘Such A Landscape’, the exhibition features around 60 works between 1999 and 2021, and represent his first major exhibition in Poland since 2007.
Unveiled on Tuesday in the Gallery of 19th Century Polish Art in the Kraków’s Cloth Hall, Maksymilian Gierymski's 1872 landscape Winter in a Small Town is considered one of the most important pieces of Polish art.
A geological landscape park, with rock formations dating back 400 million years, has been awarded a UNESCO Geopark Label following a four year campaign to have its status recognised.
The Świętokrzyskie (Holy Cross Mountains) Geopark now joins the UNESCO Global Geoparks Network of 161 Geoparks from 44 countries, all officially defined as “unified geographical areas [with] sites and landscapes of international geological significance.”
A group called Pogromca Reklamozy (which translates as “the Ad Buster”) has been following the transformation, from individual buildings to entire cities, as the advertisements come down - and the difference is striking!
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.
GALLERY: With autumn fast-approaching, TFN takes a look at some classic Polish paintings which capture the full majesty of the ‘golden season’.
Architects say the main design goal is to make Łód’s Freedom Square “a friendly place for residents and tourists.”