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Krystian Bielatowicz

Krystian Bielatowicz ('78) photographer, multimedia producer, archaeologist.

Bielatowicz was born in Czechoslovakia in 1978. He grew up near Cracow, Poland and now lives in Warsaw.  He has a M.A. in archaeology of the University of Warsaw.
Bielatowicz specializes in social photojournalism, portrait and travel photography.
Bielatowicz is presently an editor at Wide Angle ( www.szerokikadr.pl ), where he produces multimedia projects. He is the owner of A-PRO-POSITIVE. Bielatowicz has exhibited internationaliy, with exhibitions in New York, Lima, Cuzco, Arequipa, Warsaw, Lodz, Krakow, Rzeszow, Torun, Lublin and Zakopane.
An educator.  He teaches a series of photography workshops and photo-expeditions (Cuba, New York, Guatemala) for The Nikon Academy and often works with Nikon Poland.

Publications:

Newsweek Poland, National Geographic, National Geographic Traveler, Polityka Weekly Magazine, Gazeta Wyborcza, Przekroj, The Virginia Quarterly Review (USA), Private Magazine (Italy), El Comercio and Caretas (Peru).
 
AWARDS:

 BZWBK Press Foto 2012 - I prize for Photocast  ("The Mayas. Guardians of time")
 BZWBK Press Foto 2012 - I honorable mention for Photocast  ("Wall Street")
 BZWBK Press Foto 2010 - I prize for picture story in category Portrait ("Immortals")
 Grand Press Photo 2010 - II prize for single picture in category Daily Life ("Shepherds")
 Grand Press Photo 2010 - II prize for single picture in category People ("Shaman")
 Newsweek Poland Photo Awards 2009 - honorable mention in category Photocast ("Shepherds")
 International Mountain Photography Competition ‘Space of Life’ Poland, Grand Prix for "Bogowie Andów" ("Sacred Andes")
 International Mountain Photography Competition ‘Space of Life’ Poland 2008 I prize in category Landscape
 Newsweek Poland Photo Awards 2007 - II prize for picture story in category CULTURE
 National Geographic Poland Photography Contest 2007 - honorable mention in category EXTREME

 BZWBK Press Foto 2007 - II prize for single picture in category Society, Poland

BZWBK Press Foto 2013 -III prize for single picture in category Portreits

 EXHIBITIONS:

 "Milpa", start 11.2012, Pauza Gallery in Cracow, Poland

 "Behind the mask" 11,2012, Leica Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
 "Immortals",12.2011, KORYTARZ Gallery in the University of Warsaw, Poland
 "Sacred Andes",12.2011, the University of Warsaw, Poland
 "Immortals", 05.2010, PROSPERO Gallery in Lublin, Poland
 "Immortals", 05.2010, Manufaktura in Lodz, Poland
 "Children of the street - Lima", KORYTARZ Gallery in the University of Warsaw, Poland
 "PERU"10.2009 FOTOPOLIS in Warsaw
 "Sacred Andes", la Sala de Arte de PETROPERÚ (Av. Canaval Moreyra 150, San Isidro), Lima, Peru
 "The Ending Story" THE FOTOFESTIWAL 2009 in Łódź
 "Sacred Andes", Museum of University of Rzeszow
 "Children of the street - Lima", PROSPERO Gallery in Lublin, Poland
  Children of the street - Lima", STRUG Gallery in Zakopane, Poland
 "Sacred Andes", 2008, Museum of Archaeology in Cracow
 "Sacred Andes", ICPNA La Molina Gallery, Peru
 "Sacred Andes", Consulate General of the Republic of Poland , 2008, in New York, USA
 
 

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Krystian Bielatowicz, Untitled #1

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Krystian Bielatowicz, Untitled #1

Tepic, Nayarit, Meksyk, 2012

Huichols, also called Wixáritari (people).
They live in the mountainou areas of Mexico from Durango to Jalisco and Nayarit.

 

Work available in two  versions differs in format and edition:

as a digital, archival print on acid-free paper (300g), in format 33 x 50 cm (13 x 19.5”) and series limited to 15 copies, framed  in double layer, white passe-partout sized 50 x 70 cm (19,5 x 27,5”).

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as a digital, archival print on acid-free paper (300g), in format 50 x 70 cm (19,5 x 27,5”) cm and series limited to 7 copies, unframed.

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KB001
50 x 33 cm
15
Signed by an Artist
Digital, archival print
Passe-partout, 2-layered, white
1500.00 PLN
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KB 001.1
70 x 50 cm
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4000.00 PLN
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Huichols, also called Wixáritari (people). They live in the mountainou areas of Mexico from Durango to Jalisco and Nayarit.   Work available in two  versions differs in format and edition: as a digital, archival print on acid-free...