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Anita Andrzejewska

Anita Andrzejewska – is a graduate of the faculty of graphic arts of the Krakow Academy of Fine Arts, a photographer, traveler and illustrator of children’s books. For many years she has been involved in art and social projects linking Europe and Asia. She conducted art workshops for children in Ahmedabad in India and in Istanbul; she has traveled several times to Iran, where she collaborated on photography and literature projects in Tehran, Esfahan, Shiraz and Yazd.

She received a scholarship of the Minister of Culture, won numerous domestic and foreign prizes and awards, including the competition for a photographic project for the Santa Fe Center for Visual Arts (the USA) and in a French competition for illustration to children’s books, Figures Futur. 

She has presented her works in such countries as Iceland, Japan, the USA, Iran, Turkey, Germany, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Spain, Hungary and Slovakia. She has had eleven individual photographic exhibitions, of which the most important ones include “Looking” (2011, Warsaw, Krakow, Lodz),  “Noor-e Jan” (2009; Warsaw, Katowice, Athens, Istanbul),  “Footprints” (2007; Torun), “Places” (2004; Katowice).

She runs photography workshops. The works presented at this exhibition were all made using the traditional silver gelatin technique.

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Anita Andrzejewska, Untitled #5 from series "Slowly"

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Anita Andrzejewska, Untitled #5 from series "Slowly"

Burma, Sittwe, between 0-2011

Most of the photographs comprising the “Slowly” project were taken during Anita’s journey to Burma (Myanmar). However there are more of „being” than of travel in her works, more meetings, intimacy, time and focus on another human being than of the journalistic verve, temporariness or rush. There are no spectacular actions, no decisive moments. Instead there’s plenty of peacefulness, duration and silence.

In this series of works, we notice the themes that Andrzejewska likes best: portraits – records of meetings and conversations; landscapes – allowing to attach the images to a specific location and finally still lives and details – fragments of everyday life, perfect complement of history. The history which has been happening invariably and unceasingly, before the photographer arrived, during the time when Anita was taking her photos and the history which continues unchanged after the woman with camera has left. Slowly.

Photograph offered as an author’s silver-gelatin print on baryta in format 32x47 cm framed in white passe partout 50x70 cm.

Collector’s edition limited to 10 copies (+2AP), dated, numbered and signed by the artist on the reverse and stamped by the Gallery. Comes along with the certificate of authenticity.

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AAN005
47 x 32 cm
10
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Silver gelatin print
Passe-partout, 2-layered, white
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Most of the photographs comprising the “Slowly” project were taken during Anita’s journey to Burma (Myanmar). However there are more of „being” than of travel in her works, more meetings, intimacy, time and focus on another human being than of the...

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