03 July 2007

Invited guest: Wojciech Jastrzębski


Wojciech Jastrzębski was born in eastern Poland, upon the Bug river. His fortune brought him to the city made of concrete.
The photographies of Widzew – one of the biggest “sleeping-districts” in whole Poland, from the 120 thousands citizens’ city of Łódź – is the first conscious photography work by Wojtek. These are for document the remains of the “golden days” of PRL (People's Republic of Poland 1952-89). http://www.fullframe.pl/
invited by Joanna Kinowska

8 comments:

Mattia said...

WOW! I love this stuff, great work.

joannes said...

I love thoses moods and tonalities.
Great b&w work. Timeless and human.

espen said...

fascinating. great stuff

ulf said...

Oh yes! This is strong work. I am impressed by what you have done here.
These pictures will live.
/Ulf

mats äleklint said...

wow, this is fantastic!

dzimella said...

:)

abeku said...

This is such an important work. I'll get back to these pictures!

marcin said...

home sweet home :) great mood