GRAND PRESS PHOTO 2017. Two awards for Napo Images members: Karolina Jonderko for "REBORN" long-term project and Adam Lach for "Neveralnd" book. Photo: Maciej Jeziorek
Napo Images Exhibition at the Harvard University: "Poles Apart. Poland's Culture Wars". Photographs by Ewa Meissner, Filip Cwik, Maciej Jeziorek, Adam Lach and Piotr Malecki from Napo Images.
Curators: Grzegorz Ekiert, Jan Kubasiewicz and Maciek Nabrdalik.
Where: The Jacek E.Giedrojc Gallery Harvard University
When: Art Exhibit Opening: THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2017, 6 PM.
Adam Lach's project "Neverland" in The New York Times with text by Ania Bartkowiak.
NEVERLAND SPECIAL EDITION INFO:
– only 45 copies
– signed book
– 1 archival pigment and signed print (22×20 cm)
- BUY BOOK HERE:
Nibyland is an attempt to define the contemporary dimension of a community, and what shapes the identity of a place and its inhabitants.
The life of small communities is subjected to significant changes. The modern world, set to the fast pace of life and the development of big cities, provokes us to greater anonymity - how, against this trend, do relationships look in a small community?
We are happy to announce that "Stigma" by Adam Lach will be exhibited
in Gdansk (NCK Gallery). Great opening: 28/10/2015 at 18:00.
– only 10 copies released
– 3 archival pigment prints (19,5×16 cm each)
– Stigma book collectors edition
– unique handmade package
– all copies and prints signed and numbered
Napo Foundation members have invited two following photographers Michal Adamski and Filip Skronc that had been selected for the second Mentor Program. We would like to thank Karolina Jonderko and Mateusz Sarello for the two inspiring years of working together and the emotions that they have provided us with all their successes. THANK YOU!
"Human Tsunami" by Adam Lach on CNN with text by Laura Smith-Spark
Wonderful news!!! Beata Pawlak literary Award 2014 for the book "Stigma" by Adam Lach.
Prize reserved for literature, which for the first time, in the history, was given to a photobook.
"Stigma" book by Adam Lach won the 1st prize in the IPA 2014 contest's SELF PUBLISHED BOOK - PROFESSIONAL category!