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