Picture-Doc documents the political, social and cultural events in Poland, in collaboration with Wyborcza.pl, koduj24.pl, MamPrawoWiedziec.pl and Mediapart.fr
19-28 August 2016, Landskrona Foto Festival, Sweden Author: Tomasz Kizny Curator: Dominique Roynette Shown inside the citadel during the Lanskrona Foto Festival. The highlight of photography in Scandinavia. Ten days of exhibitions, photo books, seminars, portfolio reviews, artist talks, workshops and more.
Between the 12 and 14 of November we took part in What’s up Photo Doc photography fair in Paris. We exposed works by: Piotr Wójcik, Adrian Jaszczak, Artur Gutowski and Michał Siarek. For information concerning conditions of sale please contact us at: email@example.com
Russian freedoms is a project developed in 2015 in which Piotr Wójcik and Tomasz Kizny tried to discover how Russians define private and public freedom today. The authors asked their protagonists about their personal stories and experiences. The often ambiguous choices they make create a specific portrait of Russians through the prism of freedom.
Duży Pokój is a place open to theaters, artists, film directors, culture managers, performers, dancers, informal groups, amateurs as well as professionals. It is meant to be an open space in which everyone can work and evolve freely. Its program is complimentary to the programs offered by community centers.
Duży Pokój was officially opened on the 11th of April. Between a photography show presenting the life of the European Roma community and the opening of the “Etno w oku” exhibition our guests relaxed on sunbeds. In the meantime our youngest guests participated in ethnography workshops. The day ended with a Jazz concert performed by: Jerzy Mączyński - saxophone, Przemek Pankiewicz - piano, Szymon Wójcik - guitare, Kacper Kaźmierski - percussion, Paweł Zwierzyński-Pióro – contrabass.
The President of the Republic of Poland decorated Dominique Roynette, the vice-president of Picture Doc Foundation, with The Order of Merit of The Republic of Poland. Dominique Roynette was appreciated…