‘No Place Called Home’ is a collection of personal reflections on the sense of belonging, safety and space ownership.
The biggest city in Turkey awakeness. Spread between two sides of Bosphorus, on one hand desires to be in Europe, on the other it will always remain in the East.
Every year, on the first Monday after Ash Wednesday, in Skaryszew (PL, Świętokrzyskie voivodeship) there is an event of “Wstępy” held which is one of the biggest horse fairs in Europe.
89-year-old Maria lives in a village Zahutyń near Sanok (Poland). It’s a straight story of a human who has her life already behind her.
Somewhere in the middle of the jungle there is a camp for those that escaped from Burma. All waiting. There is no way back.
The opening of ‘Shame’ exhibition by Olga Świątecka and Monika Redzisz in Krakow’s Pauza Gallery on the 27th of March 2014, 8pm.
Opening of “Shame” will take place on the 5th of December 2013 in “Nowe Miejsce” Gallery, Warsaw.
A 96-year-old retired Sister. She entered her 76th year of Service with peace and in health. From an early age she wanted to join the convent, but did not expect her dream to come true.
Warsaw. City center. A cinema hall, prestigious location… in there a group of muscled men. Their presence awakens emotions that are difficult to imagine without witnessing them.
“There will be no other end” is a series of photos that are scraps from different travels.
A selection of photographs that are a reflection of a corporate system and what it brings to an urban space.
(PL) 11 października 2013 roku, w holu Wyższej Szkoły Administracji Publicznej w Ostrołęce odbyła się nasza pierwsza, kolektywna wystawa.
Street photos captured on various occasions.
Eastern immigrants crossed the Polish border. Here, they make plans, friends and settle in a new life. A better life, which they could not afford in Lithuania, Ukraine, and Belarus.
Not a girl, yet not a woman is a story of a metamorphosis captured by the lens. It’s a transition from girlhood into femininity.
This is a story about a little hospital situated at a Thai-Burmese border. Mae Tao Clinic is a haven for immigrants from Burma, who often bridge hundreds of kilometers to receive the necessary medical attention.
Cool, though spacious pre-war walls. A school with rules, but also reputation. A world full of contradictions, prayers, dilemmas, laughter.