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Bogdan Dziworski

Polish photographer, cinematographer, director and screenwriter, born on December 8, 1941 in Łódź.. He studied Film Production and Camera at the Film Academy in Łódź.

Dziworski is famous of his excellent short documentary films. Many of them have won awards at the most respected film festivals. He is one of the most charismatic and influential polish teachers of photography. He lectures at Silesian University in Katowice and at the Film School in Warsaw.

 His black and white photographs, classical in form and content, belong to the canon of Polish post-war photography. Just like his great master - Henri Cartier-Bresson - Dziworski captures the scenes from life of ordinary people: young and old, beautiful and ugly, happy or sad, silent or screaming. Especially beautiful are his pictures of children. Although his first album "My View" was published in 1981 in Vienna - for a long time his pictures were hidden in a cupboard. Most of them were unleashed in 1990s on exhibitions in Warsaw, Krakow, Wroclaw and Berlin.
 
Photographic Exhibitions:
1990 - Union of Polish Art Photographers - individual exhibition.
1997 - Stefan Batory Foundation, Warsaw University - individual exhibition.
1998 - Gallery Foto-Medium-Art, Wroclaw - individual exhibition and film review.
2001 - 'Manggha' - Centre of Japanese Art and Technology - National Museum in Krakow - individual  exhibition and film review.
2001/2002 - Municipal Art Gallery in Czestochowa, Time in photography - photography time - group exhibition: Kantor, Bujak, Dziworski.
2011 - Leica Gallery, Warsaw, - individual exhibition
 
Publications:

My View. Polish Impressions In Photography, B. Dziworski; Preface: Peter Hennish; Hannibal Verlag, Wien, 1981

Fotografia polska, B. Dziworski; Preface: Lech Lechowicz; TERRA NOVA, Warszawa, 1999

1/250 s., B. Dziworski; Preface: Tadeusz Konwicki, Henri Cartier-Bresson; Wydawnictwa Artystyczne i Filmowe, Warszawa, 2000

Kino – Oko. Warsztat operatora filmowego B. Dziworski, J. Łukaszewicz; Wydawnictwa Artystyczne i Filmowe, Warszawa, 2006

Blicke, Passanten - 1930 bis heute. Aus der Fotosammlung der Albertina, Preface: Monika Faber, Janos Frecot, Maren Gröning, Klaus Albrecht Schröder; Christian Brandstätter Verlag, Wien, 2007

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