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Mikolaj Grynberg

Born first day of summer, 1966. A psychologist, photographer, writer. Lectures at Warsaw's School of Photography.

Grynberg pictures people, still life, landscapes, places. His images are often parts of complex artistic or documentary projects, accompanied by text or sound. His exhibitions sometimes become installations.

Mikolaj Grynberg works mostly in analog techniques, often using mid- and large format cameras and noble technologies of development. His pictures are filled with special, soft climate and nostalgia. They were awarded with many polish and international prizes.

He calls himself a happy man, who had found his place in the World.

Mikolaj Grynberg's most important projects:

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Mikolaj Grynberg, Many Women - Buenos Aires #1

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Mikolaj Grynberg, Many Women - Buenos Aires #1

Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 2005-2008

An analogue photograph taken with a classic, 6x6 cm Hasselblad.

Collector’s copy in limited edition. Dated, numbered and signedThe print bearing the signature of the author on the obverse or the reverse, in pencil or ink. Personality can also be glued on the reverse picture. by the artist on the reverse and stamped by the Gallery. Comes along with the certificate of authenticity.

Work available in three versions differs in format, edition and print technology:

as an unique, analog author’s print in format 24 x 24 cm (9,5 x 9,5”), framed in in double layer, white passe-partoutThe way of framing photographs or pictures; cardboard box with a hole slightly smaller than the area of photography, used to protect its shores. Passe-partout can be single or double-layer, plain or decorated, with an angle or straight cut edges of the hole. It can be additionally framed in a frame and covered with glass or plexi. sized 30 x 40 cm (12 x 16”).

as a digital, archival printObtained on a digital ink printer using water inks. Such a print can be realised on various bases, including high quality photo papers or photo canvas. The top-quality contemporary printers printing with many (often several) inks on excellent high substance paper bases allow to obtain collector’s prints of high durability, lasting event hundreds of years, and excellent colours exceeding the possibilities of other traditional and contemporary methods of prints making. Pigment ink, however, is characterised by low resistance to moisture and environmental factors hence prints displayed in unfavourable conditions shall be protected by varnish or laminated. on acid-free paper (300g), in format 60 x 60 cm (24 x 24”) and series limited to 7 copies, framed  in double layer, white passe-partoutThe way of framing photographs or pictures; cardboard box with a hole slightly smaller than the area of photography, used to protect its shores. Passe-partout can be single or double-layer, plain or decorated, with an angle or straight cut edges of the hole. It can be additionally framed in a frame and covered with glass or plexi. sized 80 x 80 cm (32 x 32”).

or

as a digital, archival printObtained on a digital ink printer using water inks. Such a print can be realised on various bases, including high quality photo papers or photo canvas. The top-quality contemporary printers printing with many (often several) inks on excellent high substance paper bases allow to obtain collector’s prints of high durability, lasting event hundreds of years, and excellent colours exceeding the possibilities of other traditional and contemporary methods of prints making. Pigment ink, however, is characterised by low resistance to moisture and environmental factors hence prints displayed in unfavourable conditions shall be protected by varnish or laminated. on acid-free paper (300g), in format 24 x 24 (9,5 x 9,5”) cm and series limited to 15 copies, framed in double layer, white passe-partoutThe way of framing photographs or pictures; cardboard box with a hole slightly smaller than the area of photography, used to protect its shores. Passe-partout can be single or double-layer, plain or decorated, with an angle or straight cut edges of the hole. It can be additionally framed in a frame and covered with glass or plexi. sized 30 x 40 cm (12 x 16”).

Many Women , a huge project, realised by Mikolaj Grynberg for over 4 years throughout the world - from Far East, through Africa and Europe to South America. During his journey the author has portrayed hundreds of women - young and old, ugly and beautiful, happy and sad.

Grynberg has photographed ordinary women, invited for the short session to the studio arranged right on the street. The session itself has often became a performance and a cultural event, especially when dozens of women waited in a line to be portayed by a famous photographer from Poland. Many Women  is a testimony of chemistry, that occur during a unique, 20 minute encounter between the artist and the model - time from being noticed in the crowd to expose the last of 12 film frames. The result is soaked with universal emotions: curiosity, shyness, pride, joy, melancholy, anger and desire.

Approx. hundred black and white frames had finally composed the collection, published in an album Many Women , containing also short dialogs between photographer and his models. The serie was exhibited throughout the world and became one of the most recognizable collections of polish contemporary photography.

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Many Women - Buenos Aires #1
Cat. #
Format
Edition
Signature
Print Technology
Framing
Price
GRMDK02
24 x 24 cm
1
Signed by an Artist
Lithium printing
Passe-partout, 2-layered, white
7000.00 PLN
ORDER
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GRMDK02.1
60 x 60 cm
7
Signed by an Artist
Digital, archival print
Passe-partout, 2-layered, white
4200.00 PLN
ORDER
to Favourites
GRMDK02.2
24 x 24 cm
15
Signed by an Artist
Digital, archival print
Passe-partout, 2-layered, white
2900.00 PLN
ORDER
to Favourites

Details
An analogue photograph taken with a classic, 6x6 cm Hasselblad. Collector’s copy in limited edition. Dated, numbered and signed by the artist on the reverse and stamped by the Gallery. Comes along with the certificate of authenticity. Work availab...