Piotr Malecki - I prize in Multimedia category for "Irish Horses"
Adam Lach - II prize in Sport category for single image "Sumo Twins"
Filip Cwik - III prize in People category for single image "Mourning in Poland"
Filip Ćwik otrzymał trzecią nagrodę za reportaż w kategorii "People in the news" w konkursie World Press Photo za zdjęcia żałoby narodowej po katastrofie Smoleńskiej. Gratulujemy, Filip!!!!
Works selected in a project to promote the most interesting contemporary Polish photographers can be viewed and purchased until January 9, 2010 in Warsaw, Krakowskie Przedmieście 33.
Paris Photo is the most recognizable photography event in Europe, a place for exhibition and trade among more then hundred art galleries from USA and Europe.The exhibition invites you to discover the new face of Eastern Europe: the fall of the Berlin Wall and, after 1989, the artistic search for an identity and the renaissance of its great cities - Prague, Warsaw, Budapest and Moscow. «East Side Story – Chroniques d’Europe centrale» from Monday 15 to Friday 26 November 2010, 103 avenue des Champs-Elysées – Paris 75008 every day from 10 am to 5 pm
Warszawa bez fikcji / Fiction Free Warsaw is an international festival dedicated to reportage, photojournalism and other genres that adopt non-fictional themes, such as theatre. Over 80 reporters and photographers from the international and Polish press will take part in meetings with the public in several places in the Polish capital. NAPO FOUNDATION is co-organizing the festival and invites to (among others) the following debates:
November 24: Picture of the World. Debate: What about Polish Photojournalism? Participants: Piotr Małecki, Filip Ćwik, Witold Krassowski, Krzysztof Pawela, Krzysztof Wójcik, Monika Szewczyk, Jacek Marczewski.
November 25: Picture of the World. Debate: A View of Foreign Suffering - Photojournalism on the War Front. Participants: Justyna Mielnikiewicz, Cezary Sokołowski, Maksymilian Rigamonti, Wojciech Grzedzinski, Monika Szewczyk, Jacek Marczewski.
November 27: Picture of the World. Debate: "Collecting Photographs is to Collect the World" - Reporters and travel photojournalists talk about their experiences. Participants: Maciej Biernacki, Paulina Wilk, Joanna Lamparska, Marcin Jamkowski, Jakub Mielnik, Maciej Jeziorek, Ewa Meissner.
On November 24 at 07.30 PM at Chłodna 25 Club - Portfolio Review - Meeting with photojournalists from Napo Images for those considering a future in the profession and all other people interested in photojournalism, accompanied by Napo Images Slideshow - a viewing of photoreportages by Napo Images photographers.
This international festival will refer to extremely different behaviors and problems of small communities that dominate the twenty-first century, in contrast to the twentieth century - the era of the great ideologies, revolutions and social movements.
On the 29th September 2010 (5:15 pm) Maciej Jeziorek's project "Poland In Grief" will be exhibited at the PhotographyDays Istanbul Festival (24.09-04.10.2010) at the CKM Center, Istanbul
On the 25th September Adam Lach and Filip Cwik will present their and other Napo Images members' projects during the Opole Photography Week ( 24-25 September 2010 ) Opole, Poland