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The Great Terror 1937-1938 in the USSR

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.Read More


Papusza is a CD set published by Agora SA and the National Center for Culture. Picture Doc produced the second CD presenting archive recordings of Bronisaława Wajs “Papusza”. The original recordings were produced by the Polish Radio between 1959 and 1979.
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Roma people in Europe

A series of videos about the history and social issues of the European Roma community.
by Piotr Wójcik in collaboration with the Roma People Association in Poland and the Dialog-Pheniben Foundation.
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The evening devoted to Papusza

On the 8th of November at 5 PM another “Debate for the Dialogue” was held in the Culture Dialogue Museum in Kielce (Rynek 3 St.). It was focused on Papusza – the outstanding Romani poet.
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Bytom Karb

May 2013, Zollverein, Essen, Germany
Collective exhibition “Memory of Work”
Curator: Stephan Stroux

“Memory of Work” is a multimedia project in the former Zollverein coalmine in Essen, undertaking the issue of the dusk of the industrial culture. The project features Polish and German artists, including Wojciech Kucharczyk, Sławomir Rumiak, Wilhelm Sasnal, Andrzej Tobis, and Piotr Wójcik.Read More

Roma People of Europe

April-June 2013, Borderland House, Sejny, Poland
Author: Piotr Wójcik
Curator: Dominique Roynette

Piotr Wójcik documented the lives of Roma people in Europe for the past 20 years. He photographed them in Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, and France. Read More

The Great Terror in the USSR – 1937-1938

by Tomasz Kizny in collaboration with Dominique Roynette

Album The Great Terror is devoted to the memory of victims of a crime against the humanity, committed in the USSR in 1937-1938, when during 15 months 750 000 people were murdered (an average of 1600 executions per day).Read More