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.
The negatives discovered at the Łazienkowska centre and which have been lying hidden for over 50 years, depict people and events related to the centre's activities as well as scenes captured on the streets of Warsaw.
Hailed as being ‘priceless’ and ‘unique’, the pictures were taken secretly in 1943 by Polish firefighter Zbigniew Leszek Grzywaczewski as he protected Warsaw from the ghetto flames.
Taken in the 1930s by a French WWI veteran visiting the country, the candid pictures offer a remarkable insight into a long-forgotten past.
Captivating art and reportage photography now on show at the Museum of Warsaw recorded the contrasts and breakthroughs in the rapidly changing city.
Sebastian Luczywo has sent the internet into meltdown with these incredible photographs of his family. TFN caught up with the former telecoms worker for a chat.
Przemysław Kruk, whose background is in physics, became fascinated by infrared photography after seeing some white landscapes online.
Arkadiusz Andrejkow pays homage to the people who once worked the land in a series of breath-taking paintings on the side of old farm buildings.
The photos of the legendary unit which fought in the Battle of Monte Cassino belonged to Captain Wincenty Tomaszewski, an officer of the Carpathian Lancers who after the war settled in Grimsby, UK.
Rather than focusing on soldiers and their equipment, the 90-plus photos by award-winning photographer Justyna Mielnikiewicz show mainly civilians: women, children, refugees, volunteers.
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