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photo-object photography Pranckiewicz

The ‘Foto-object’ exhibition, Propaganda Gallery, Warsaw

Photo-Object
EXHIBITION OF PHOTOGRAPHIC OBJECTS
Curators: Leszek Golec, Jagna Olejnikowska

5-31 October 2013
Propaganda
ul. Foksal 11/1
00-372 Warszawa / Poland

Photo-object is a broad and multifaceted concept. As an alternative form of photography, due to extension of a plane spatial illusion by the real space, goes beyond a traditional concept of the photographic medium. It is characterized by uniqueness and diversity. Being closest to the field of sculpture, a photographic object may also be derived from the tradition of other fields of arts: painting, scenic design, film and photography itself. Hence, its intermediality and multifaceted nature.

Artists: Janusz Ba??dyga, Kuba B─?kowski, Jacek B─?kowski, Janusz B─?kowski, Krzysztof Bednarski, S??awomir Belina, Bo??ena Biskupska, Wojciech Bruszewski, Marek Cecula, Krzysztof Cichosz, Tomasz Ciecierski, Lucjan Demidowski, Leszek Golec, Jerzy Grzegorski, ?ü??d?? Kaliska, Jerzy Kalina, Magdalena Krajewska, Edward Krasi??ski, Jacek Kryszkowski, Henryk Ku??, Natalia LL, Katarzyna Majak, Jacek Malicki, Tomasz Matuszak, Krzysztof Morcinek, Marek Piasecki, Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Grzegorz Przyborek, Jagoda Przybylak, J??zef Robakowski, Andrzej R????ycki, Robert Rumas, Zofii Rydet, Zygmunt Rytka, Zdzis??aw S??omski, Andrzej ??wietlik, Jerzy Truszkowski, Jan St. Wojciechowski, Krzysztof Wojciechowski, Wojciech Zasadni, Joanna Zemanek.

Exhibition Partners: Centre of Polish Sculpture in Oro??sko (Centrum Rze??by Polskiej w Oro??sku), CCA Elektrownia (MCSW Elektrownia)

Exhibition in the frame of Warsaw Photo Days: warsawphotodays.com

Adam Sobota’s essay in the catalogue Wersja polska (tekst+foto) | English version (PDF)

Below: Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Too complex to determine (Extracts about dreams from: David Foster Wallace’s ‘Infinite Jest’), print on silk, a rack, 2012

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John Stezaker Paul Graham photography Really Free School richard prince Robert Frank

Appropriation & Observation

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Appropriation and Observation
Two ways of working with photography

Really Free School – 13 March 2011 – 6pm
The Hand and Racquet Ô?? 48 Whitcomb Street London WC2H 7HA [map]

The talk will focus on two different ways of working with photography. One is based on using existing images and creating something out of that, either by re-photographing or making collages. Works by Richard Prince and John Stezaker will be presented in connection to that practice. Other photographic strategy is based on taking images by drifting and observation. Obviously different photographic genres are based on that way of working (journalistic or street photography for example) but in regards to that type two photographers will be discussed: Robert Frank and Paul Graham.

Books/photocopies of artistsÔ?? works will be provided. Your own materials related to all 4 artists are very welcome too. You can currently see John StezakerÔ??s show at the Whitechapel Gallery and Paul GrahamÔ??s retrospective will be open there on 19th April (Free admission to the Whitechapel).

[Top image: Collage composed from P. GrahamÔ??s photograph (Beyond Caring series) and a found image]

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Beata Bartecka Krzysztof Solarewicz Lukasz Rusznica photography Pranckiewicz

Czym i w jaki sposob

Pranckiewicz Czym i w jaki sposob PDF
Tekst o tym, czym fotografia moze byc, w jaki sposob mozna z nia pracowac. Tekst powstal przy okazji wystawy Chemia Biologia Fizyka w galerii BWA Design we Wroclawiu, Polska. Artysci: Pranckiewicz, Rusznica, Solarewicz. Kurator: Beata Bartecka.

Strona wystawy.