Few months ago I was invited to be a part of annual exhibition during TIFF 2015 Festival in Wroclaw, Poland. It was a big surrprise to be in and much bigger pleasure to be exposed among the very recognizable group of Polish photographers. The exhibition is open until 11.10.2015, if you are close to BWA Gallery in Wroclaw it is definitely worth to spend some time there.

“The exhibition is a survey of the attitudes of photographers focused on the medium and its surroundings. Every artist is presented through a single photograph. The exhibition takes the form of an “exquisite corpse” or a surreal game of conveying the picture to another artists, which is further interpreted and finalized. The exhibition is a tribute to the deceased in 2014 Jerzy Lewczyński, the doyen of Polish photography and the author of the “Anthology of Polish photography”. The catalogue of exquisite corpse is a kind of addition and update to the anthology released 20 years ago. “Exquisite corpse” is a review of what is interesting in Polish photography today. A kind of “pill”, which effect, through the use of surrealistic algorithm is unpredictable both for the participants, organizers and curator. Exquisite corpse is also a kind of farewell and drawing conclusions from the condition of the medium that may have died a natural death, dematerializing before our eyes.” – TIFF FESTIVAL 2015 WROCLAW