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Wojtek Wieteska

Born in 1964. A photographer and a film director. Studied at Film & TV Academy in Łódź and History of Art at University of Warsaw and at Sorbona in Paris.

Wieteska is one of the best recognized polish contemporary photographers. He realized a number of artistic projects and participated in dozens of exhibitions around the World. He has never worked as press photographer, althought the european school of reportage photography had influenced his work the most. His works are filled with the atmosphere of silence and melancholy, sometimes with a dose of humour with a strongly individual and subjective hue.

Wieteska works as a photographer since 1986 roku. His journeys to Australia, North Africa, Middle East, Europe, Japan and USA had inspired a number of photography projects: „36 x Paris”, „Reality”, „Far West”, „Tokyo”, „N.Y.C. #02”, „Kathmandu Valley”, „Still Valley”, „Flights 91_08”. He also did a series about City of Warsaw: “Stacja Warszawa” (Warsaw Station), and now he works on project entitled „Poland 1986 – 2010: My Homeland” under a patronate of UNESCO. He works also as a director and producer of commercial films. Lives in Warsaw

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Wojtek Wieteska, Untitled (Warsaw Station, Poland...

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Wojtek Wieteska, Untitled (Warsaw Station, Poland 2005)

Poland, 2005

The series Warsaw Station was created between 2004-2006, primarily as an illustration for the series of columns, written by Agata Passent. For the first time these photographs were exhibited at Yours Gallery in Warsaw in 2006. Next year the authors have published the book entitled Stacja Warszawa  with Wieteska's photographs and Passent's text.

 

[Wojtek Wieteska]:  My photos are not just still shots of the cityscape - they are dominated by people - because a city without people is just stage scenery without motion and emotion. Emotion is essential, especially, when you trying to capture your home town. Nothing is more difficult than trying to capture the reality you live in every day.

 

Pigment print (Epson Ultrachrome K3) on archive, acid-free paper (300g). 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. Accompanied by the certificate of authenticity.

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Untitled (Warsaw Station, Poland 2005)
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WIWBT200508
80 x 30 cm
25
Signed by an Artist
Digital, archival print
Passe-partout, 2-layered, white
2950.00 PLN
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The series Warsaw Station was created between 2004-2006, primarily as an illustration for the series of columns, written by Agata Passent. For the first time these photographs were exhibited at Yours Gallery in Warsaw in 2006. Next year the auth...