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).
The meeting concerning the project of Tomasz Kizny and the promotion of the French version of the album "The Great Terror" was held on 13th of March 2013 in the prestigious photography gallery La Bal in Paris.
by Piotr Wójcik The double album includes a documentary film about the life of Edward Dębicki and CD with his music. CDs were attached to no.8 of the quarterly magazine "Dialog-Pheniben" and they are available during vernissages of the exhibition "Romani of Europe" and during series of meetings "Debates for the dialogue".
The exhibition features photographs by Piotr Wójcik, who documented the lives of Roma in Europe for the past 20 years. He photographed them in Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, and France. Some of the presented works were published in the photograph album “Gypsies from both sides of the Carpathian Moutains” (published by Twój Styl 2000), as well as in numerous press publications, mostly in “Holiday Magazine” of Gazeta Wyborcza and the Dialog-Pheniben quarterly.
2012. Piotr Wójcik The crowded town market, music is coming from every lane, crush on the camping sites, camps on streets, noise, neigh. Horses are eating nearby. That’s how Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer looks like once a year. Pilgrims come to the procession that sets off from the church and goes to the coast. They are carrying a dark, wooden statue upon their shoulders.
November 2011, La Halle, Paimpol, France Author: Tomasz Kizny Curator: Dominique Roynette, Piotr Wójcik The black-and-white cycle "Passengers" was shown in the slideshow format, along with the commentaries by its protagonists, New York citizens. Referring to the September 11 events, they embodied the subjective memory of the event.
2011. Piotr Wójcik Piotr Wojcik was documenting the unprecedented calamity in Karb, a district in Bytom, which has recently seen the end of the demolishing action of 27 buildings destroyed by the collapse of coal mining. Bulldozers have been working for two months after nearly 500 people were evacuated from the area. The demolition works were conducted on the cost of Coal Company.