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Gallery Launch
Lauded by Fashion TV as the best black and white campaign photographer in the world, Szymon Brodziak is the youngest artist to ever be presented at the prestigious Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin. Now, the general Warsaw public has its own chance to acquaint itself with the works of... Read more
Images of the PRL

Images of the PRL

Features 31 August 2016 0

Not for the first time, DSH, one of capital’s finest cultural institutions, has joined forces with the illustrious Forum photographic agency to release a book that showcases the city in a completely new light. A celebration of the work of Zbyszko Siemaszko, this concise little album is a compelling... Read more
Insider Secrets
Flanked by two polished cubes of contemporary real estate lies a derelict tenement with a shadowy gateway. If common sense screams to avoid this doorway, curiosity causes you to reconsider. Connecting Pańska 100A to Prosta on the other side, this is more than just one of Warsaw’s weird shortcuts.   ... Read more
Let There Be… Light!
The stunning images of Light At Night have won a fleet of admirers online. This month Jakub Jurkowski, the man behind the camera, offers his thoughts and insights on his work… • My adventures with photography began with astrophotography; then I moved onto classical landscapes and discovered that night... Read more
Leica Store

Leica Store

Shopping 3 November 2015 0

Books, accessories and cult cameras including the Leica T range, Leica M and Leica S, not to mention Impossible Polaroid cameras. Check their website for details about their latest exhibitions and workshops. Leica Store ul. Mysia 3, leicastore.pl Read more
A Shot in Time

A Shot in Time

Features 28 July 2015 1

Award-winning photojournalist Chris Niedenthal talks about his work documenting everyday life in Communist Poland…

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Editor’s Notes

Editor’s Notes

Blog 8 July 2015 0

Around the same time the rest of Warsaw was melting with heat exhaustion, I was scooting around town like a diligent little droid. Highlights of the week thus far? In completely random order, those are as follows…. There aren’t many sexier suburbs than Saska in summer. Throughout the year I love its whole... Read more
Game of Drones

Game of Drones

Features 9 February 2015 0

Drones are changing the face of photography, presenting unique takes on the city below. This issue we talk to Kris and Monika of Z Naszej Perspektywy… • Up till now drone technology was extremely expensive and hard-to-get – you had to build your own. Now you can buy ‘ready... Read more
The Past is a  Foreign Country
Coinciding with the close of ‘John Vachon: Three Times in Poland’, Dom Spotkań z Historią are set to release an album inspired by this noteworthy photographic exhibition… When American photographer, John Vachon, visited Poland in 1946 it was to record the activity of the UNRRA humanitarian mission. He returned... Read more

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