13 November 2006

Invited guest: Artur Alan Willmann

Artur is in my opinion the most gifted photographer of younger generation, perhaps not just in Poland. He started showing his works in galleries, as shaped photographer in age of 19. Bit later he won Canon contest for pro photographers with series of colour works from India. Canon sponsored him another trip to India, which resulted in even better works.



Today Artur is student of European Academy of Photography and also of Academy of Fine Arts. I would like to present you his recent works - lith prints:

I am sure we'll hear of Artur soon. More of his works you may find here.

invited by Marcin Górski

13 comments:

umma said...

Wow! OMG! I want to see them bigger! Please please please!

F said...

Oh, this was really good pictures. I like all of them but the last is pure magic. Reminds me of pictoralists as Henry Goodwin or William Mortensen. - f.

F said...

Oh thanks! This is the kind of inspiration I need! It's great to have your around Artur!

ulf said...

We will hear of him soon, you say!
Well I am delighted to see him hear and hear him speak through this great
set of pictures!
-u

Mikael said...

Oh man! This is absolutley great, I want more!!!!

chrisw1r said...

Artur, well, what can I say. You are very gifted indeed. I must agree with Umma here, these should hang on a BIG wall. In my home or something. :)
-C

F said...

Realy wonderful photography, superb :)
-alf

Jeanette said...

Really strong works, thanks for sharing Marcin!


jeanette

mats äleklint said...

Wow, this is absolutely fantastic!! Love it, I wwant to see more too.. )

/Mats

F said...

Stunning! I'll definetely buy your book artur, I know there will be one. (or several). Thanks for the inspiration!
/markus

F said...

This is superb, really superb work.

Pure magic.

/Christofer

F said...

I simply adore the photo with the man on the scale. Weighing the man - is he full or is he empty? A precise image, full of ambiguities.

F said...

I simply adore the photo with the man on the scale. Weighing the man - is he full or is he empty? A precise image, full of ambiguities.

J. S-g.