All photographs, both digital and analogue, are made to meet the demands of the contemporary photography art market. Each print is made with the highest care and attention to detail and artistic value, and is signed and numbered with a serial number. Chemical treatment of negatives and positives, as well as high quality digital printing ensure an archival durability, guaranteed by the certificate of authenticity (issued by me with every purchased work). Below I present some examples of my photographic projects.
Still Life – black white contemporary photography. The subject of the photo project are two groups of industrial facilities. The first group are the workplaces built before 1970 that are still in use and struggling to stay in the business. The second – modern complexes built after 1990 that meet the highest requirements of the European Union.
„Still Life”, 4×5 in, Silver prints on fiber-based paper.
A set of photographs taken with a 4×5 inch large format camera on an optical bench. Contact sheets are made on fibre-based paper. The process, materials and technique used to make these photographs guarantee a perfect picture detail and sustainability of the final print for many years. Also important is the fact that the photographs are not subjected to any manipulation or retouching. This is a very rare technique of shooting nowadays, closer to the beginnings of photography in the eighteenth century.
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„Portraits”, 4×5 in, Silver prints on fiber-based paper.
“Home Altars”, pinhole photography
Home fires, places of worship, figurines, homemade “permanent exhibitions”. Television with a jug and a napkin, a favorite corner with an armchair, a table with a cloth and a vase of dried flowers on it, a glass-case from which we only wipe the dust. There are lots of such places. These places are in every house.
Useless objects of memories, yet they often occupy a central, honourable place in our home quiet. They show what is important to us. Expose us. We are connected with them. They show those who are close to us.
Being familiar with their continuous existence, after some time we become indifferent to them. We become indifferent to our personal special places. We become indifferent to ourselves.
„Home Altars”, 20×30 cm. Photographs on handmade paper, hand-applied photographic emulsion