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  • Andrzej Haladuda, Black cat, 1999

    750.00

    Andrzej Haladuda, Black cat, 1999
    Cycle « Motifs parisiens » (Parisians Patterns) of the monography « Les Apparences » (The Appearances)
    digital photography, Archival Inkjet, no 3/30, print realized by the author, NYC, 2012, 55 x 35 cm (framed 70 x 50 cm)

    Photographs of “Parisians Patterns” cycle were realized in the 1999-2002. The project received the support of the Paris Mayor, the French Minister of Foreign Affairs and the French Institute of Warsaw. In 2002, the exhibition was presented at the National Museum in Warsaw, in 2011, at the Soho Photo Gallery in New York, and in 2012, a part of it was exhibited in Paris, at Gallery Roi Doré. The exhibition “Parisians Patterns” consists of 24 colour and black and white photographs. They are part of the great monograph “The Appearances” dedicated to the culture and parisian civilization.

  • Andrzej Haladuda, The Big Louvre, 1999

    2,500.00

    Andrzej Haladuda, The Big Louvre, 1999
    Cycle « Motifs parisiens » (Parisians Patterns) of the monography « Les Apparences » (The Appearances)
    Digital photography, Archival Inkjet, no 1/10, print realized by the author, NYC, 2011, 65 x 48 cm (proof 48 x 31 cm)

    Photographs of “Parisians Patterns” cycle were realized in the 1999-2002. The project received the support of the Paris Mayor, the French Minister of Foreign Affairs and the French Institute of Warsaw. In 2002, the exhibition was presented at the National Museum in Warsaw, in 2011, at the Soho Photo Gallery in New York, and in 2012, a part of it was exhibited in Paris, at Gallery Roi Doré. The exhibition “Parisians Patterns” consists of 24 colour and black and white photographs. They are part of the great monograph “The Appearances” dedicated to the Parisian culture and civilization.

  • Artur Majka, Wieprz 2, 2011

    400.00

    Artur Majka, Wieprz 2, 2011
    Digital photography, no 1/10, 21 x 29 cm
    Framed. Numbered, titled, dated and signed below

  • Artur Majka, Wieprz, 2011

    400.00

    Artur Majka, Wieprz, 2011
    Digital photography, no 1/10, 21 x 29 cm
    Framed. Numbered, titled, dated and signed below

  • Marcin Ryczek, A Man Feeding Swans in the Snow

    2,450.00

    Marcin Ryczek, A Man Feeding Swans in the Snow
    digital photography, Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta 315g paper, Digigraphie (technology and with certificate), n°5/25, 45 x 81 cm (framed 72,5 x 102 cm)

    1st Prize Grand Prix of Discovery : International Fine-Art Photography Award 2013
    Grand Press Photo 2013
    Photograph acquired by Bibliothèque nationale de France (Paris)

  • Mieczyslaw “Mietko” Rudek, Factory, 2004

    300.00

    Mieczyslaw “Mietko” Rudek, Factory, 2004
    Digital photography, 27 x 34 cm

  • Mieczysław “Mietko” Rudek, Metro, 2004

    300.00

    Mieczyslaw “Mietko” Rudek, Metro, 2004
    Digital photography, 34 x 27 cm
    Signed lower right

  • Mieczyslaw “Mietko” Rudek, On the street 1

    Mieczyslaw “Mietko” Rudek, On the street 1
    Digital photography, 27 x 34 cm
    Signed lower right

  • Mieczyslaw Mietko Rudek, Dzul Dance Company 1, 2002

    300.00

    Mieczyslaw Mietko Rudek, Dzul Dance Company 1, 2002
    Digital photography, 36 x 28 cm (framed 47 x 39 cm)

  • Mieczyslaw Mietko Rudek, Dzul Dance Company 2, 2002

    300.00

    Mieczyslaw Mietko Rudek, Dzul Dance Company 2, 2002
    Digital photography, 36 x 28 cm (framed 47 x 39 cm)

  • Andrzej Dragan, Cold Blooded, 2007

    1,600.00

    Andrzej Dragan, Cold Blooded, 2007
    Digital photography, n°11/20, 60 x 62,5 cm

  • Andrzej Haladuda, Au café, 2001

    1,250.00

    Andrzej Haladuda, Au café, 2001
    From the series “Parisian Patterns”, from the monograph “Les Apparences” (“Apparences”), 1999, Paris
    Digital photography, Archival Inkjet Print, no 3/20, author print, NYC 2012
    Format 59,4 x 42 cm (image 45,5 x 28 cm)

    Photographs of “Parisians Patterns” cycle were realized in the 1999-2002. The project received the support of the Paris Mayor, the French Minister of Foreign Affairs and the French Institute of Warsaw. In 2002, the exhibition was presented at the National Museum in Warsaw, in 2011, at the Soho Photo Gallery in New York, and in 2012, a part of it was exhibited in Paris, at Gallery Roi Doré. The exhibition “Parisians Patterns” consists of 24 colour and black and white photographs. They are part of the great monograph “The Appearances” dedicated to the culture and parisian civilization.