School, Virtually
exhibition: Piotr Malecki

Open-air exhibition "School, Virtualy". 12/04 to 7/04/2021. Contemporary Art Gallery in Opole.

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Posted by NAPO on 13th April 2021

Karolina Jonderko receives World Press Photo Award

Karolina Jonderko has received a second prize in long term project category of the World Press Photo 2021

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Posted by NAPO on 10th March 2021

Poland in protests
Images by Adam Lach

For several months now, anti-government protests have intensified - it is a reaction to controversial government regulations and statutory changes. The issue of pandemic decisions that are not publicly consulted, authoritarian actions in the media, social and judicial space.

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Posted by NAPO on 4th March 2021

Images of women demonstrations in Vogue Magazine in the UK
publication: Karolina Jonderko


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Posted by NAPO on 27th November 2020

Just like Us
exhibition: Karolina Jonderko

From 23 to 29 November at Warsaw Central Station a number of boards were installed. Boards with full-size, photographed figures. Women and men of
different ages, shapes and sizes. Just like us..

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Posted by NAPO on 23rd November 2020

"How to Rejuvenate an Eagle" shortlisted for The Book of the Year

We feel honored to share with you this most important nomination. The nomination itself makes us happy like no other award. Aperture Foundation and Paris Photo shortlisted our book “How to Rejuvenate an Eagle” to the Book of the Year 2020 Award. 

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Posted by NAPO on 9th October 2020

Wounded Birds are Wary
Exhibition: Adam Lach

Over the past three-and-a-half years, Adam and Dyba Lach have passed through Poland A, Poland B, and Polands of every other letter. Their work itinerary recalls the heyday of reportage, when editorial offices sent reporters to regions around the country simply to check in with how things were on the ground. A reporter wasn’t given unlimited time, but still had ample opportunity to properly cover an area, and even to grow bored with it.

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Posted by NAPO on 7th July 2020

Selfportrait with my Mother
Book: Karolina Jonderko

These clothes, even though second hand, were good enough for Mum, she never felt the need to buy new ones. She preferred to save money for more important expenses. She always looked modest and didn't like black. Some say that what one wears is a part of creating one's identity. My mother, all her life, wore clothes that she hadn't chosen.

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Posted by NAPO on 8th May 2020

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