We are happy to share the updated Lost Territories Archive website. All activities linked to our long term project about former Soviet republics: books, exhibitions, site-specific installations, commissioned texts and more. Check the website here http://lta.sputnikphotos.com/
Lost Territories. Wordbook (LTA 7) exhibition at Pix.House Gallery in Poznań (PL) during X-Print photobook festival. 24.11-8.12.2017 More information HERE
Trzeci numer STRON – zaangażowanego artystycznego zinu Kolektywu Sputnik Photos, który wspólnie tworzą ludzie piszący i artyści wizualni. Pierwszy numer skupiał się na środowisku, drugi, jest o obcym, a trzeci o postprawdzie. PDF do pobrania TUTAJ/DOWNLOAD HERE Ilustracja: Przemysław Branas
New exhibition Lost Territories. PHANTOM (LTA 6) at the Mysteskyi Arsenal gallery in Kiev, Ukraine. Curated by Kateryna Radchenko, the exhibition brings together the works which reflect the idea of formation an ideal social space, casts doubt on the long-term viability of utopian systems, and visualize transformations in the former Soviet states.
We have prepared a limited edition of 300 posters linked to our activist-zine project STRONY The entire income will be transferred to Homofaber Foundation that helps people suffering form xenophobia and islamophobia in Poland. Suggested donation is 10 EUR with shipping costs Help us support discriminated people. Thank you. poster by: Edgar Bąk / Demokracja Ilustrowana
We have prepared a limited edition of 300 posters linked to our activist-zine project STRONY The entire income will be transferred to Obóz dla puszczy ( The camp for Bialowieza forrest) that fights against illegal tree felling in Białowieża primary forrest the eldest in Europe protected by Unesco. Suggested donation is 10 EUR with shipping costs Help us support discriminated people. Thank […]
Drugi numer STRON – zaangażowanego artystycznego zinu Kolektywu Sputnik Photos, który wspólnie tworzą ludzie piszący i artyści wizualni. Pierwszy numer skupiał się na środowisku, drugi, zgodnie z przyjętą przez Kolektyw Sputnik Photos koncepcją, również będzie tematyczny – a hasło numeru to OBCY. PDF do pobrania TUTAJ / DOWNLOAD HERE Ilustracja: Edgar Bąk / Demokracja Ilustrowana
The Lost Territories. CONTROL (LTA 5) will investigate the different aspects of the ubiquitous and oppressive control in the post-Soviet area during USSR period and today. The exhibit will open on Thursday, 28.09, at the FOTOHOF gallery in Salzburg, Austria. Please come and join us for the opening if you are around!
This is our new platform where we comment contemporary issues. It’s created by activists, writers, journalists and visual artists. First issue is dedicated to ecology. 500 copies of this publication is distributed for free and will be available to download online soon. The zine is accompaigned by the series of visual art works in Warsaw’s public […]
NO 5: Sputnik Photos Mentoring Programme 2015/ 2016 annual publication presenting work of 9 emerging photographers. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Kaja Rata, Marta Kiela-Czarnik, Tymon Markowski, Katarzyna Peukert, Marcin Kaczor, Barbara Duda, Grzegorz Iwacz, Arek Szymczak, Trevor Phillips, Adrian Svec, Wojtek Zwierzyński TEXT BY: Jan Brykczyński, Authors EDITOR: Jan Brykczyński, Rafal Milach DESIGN: Ania Nałęcka/ TapirBookDesign LANGUAGE OF TEXT: […]
UWAGA UWAGA! Rozpoczynamy rekrutację do szóstej edycji Programu Mentorskiego Sputnik Photos (SPMP). Program przeznaczony jest dla osób zainteresowanych fotografią dokumentalną oraz działaniami z jej pogranicza, które chcą doskonalić swoje umiejętności w tym zakresie. Podczas kursu każdy z uczestników będzie pracował pod okiem jednego z 5 prowadzących mentorów. Kurs trwa 10 miesięcy od września do czerwca. […]
Sputnik Photos exhibition “Lost Territories: The New End” (LTA 4)curated by Sebastian Cichocki in Arsenał Gallery in Białystok (PL) till April 20th. More information HERE
The selection shown at the Arsenal Gallery has provided the basis for a narrative with an explicitly cautious, eco-political tone. The adopted futurological perspective presupposes geological time (regarding rock formation processes) and, consequently, rejects the concept of time that is measured with individual human lives. This exercise in imagination – viewing a photographic archive and […]
“Fruit Garden” photobook is the 3rd narrative based on Lost Territories Archive (LTA 3) It will be dedicated to oppression in post soviet region. Can this story be told through the relation between authoritarian system, humans and nature? Can this imagined experiment be successful? You can order the book now. Donation is 35 Euro + […]
Exhibition / Lost Territories: SEDIMENT in Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw/PL (LTA 2)
After more than 6 years of work Sputnik Photos will finally present “Lost Territories” Project. In co-operation with curator Paweł Szypulski the first of upcoming narrations based on Lost Territories Archive will be shown in Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw/PL under the tittle: Lost Territories: SEDIMENT The exhibition opening: 21st OCT 2016 – 5 Feb 2017 More […]
The Lost Territories Wordbook (LTA 1), for which Sputnik commissioned nearly one hundred short texts from twenty-one authors (essayists and journalists, novelists and poets, political scientists and historians, artists and curators—and sometimes the journalists are poets and vice versa) charged with the express mission of drafting, oddly enough, a Soviet and post-Soviet lexicon with missing […]
Rozpoczynamy rekrutację do piątej edycji Programu Mentorskiego Sputnik Photos (SPMP). Więcej informacji TUTAJ
It’s here! No.04 Sputnik Photos Mentoring Program book with 9 great projects by very talented photographers! NO 4 : Sputnik Photos Mentoring Programme 2014/ 2015 annual publication presenting work of 9 emerging photographers. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Olga Świątecka, Natalia Dołgowska, Paweł Biedrzycki, Tomasz Kaczorek, Bartek Gajewski, Aleksandra Kubos, Lucyna Kolendo, Jakub Stanek, Ola Walków. TEXT BY: Michal Luczak, […]
During this year Krakow Photomonth Festival Sputnik Photos is presenting an exhibition in form of an installation. Lost Territories. Phase Zero is an attempt to capture the moment in the development of a project when everything is still fluid and possible, when new images start to form out of a cluster of overlapping meanings or interlocking and interacting […]
DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS FOR EMERGING PHOTOGRAPHERS was conducted by Sputnik Photos photographers: Rafal Milach, Adam Panczuk, Agnieszka Rayss. It was held within Festival of Young Polish Documentary Photography in Baku, supported by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Here are some results of the workshop. Pictures made by the participants.
On the 2nd of April Sputnik Photos opened in Center of Contemporary Art in Baku “IS(not)” exhibition. Our show was accompanied by a presentation of Polish photobooks.
During the THE FESTIVAL OF YOUNG POLISH DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY IN BAKU Sputnik presented an open air exhibition including work of our students (Marta Berens, Łukasz Gryko, Karina Lempkowska, Bartek Warzecha) from previous Mentoring Programme.
PORTFOLIO REVIEW WITH SPUTNIK PHOTOS FESTIVAL OF YOUNG POLISH DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY IN BAKU When and where? 2016, April 9th 10am-1pm Centre of Contemporary Art in Baku (Müasir İncəsənət Mərkəzi) Address: 15 Gulle St. Old City, Baku Who are the reviewers? Rafal Milax (Rafał Milach), Aqneşka Rays (Agnieszka Rayss) , Adam Pançuk (Adam Pańczuk) from Sputnik […]
DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS FOR EMERGING PHOTOGRAPHERS AND PHOTOJOURNALISTS IN BAKU (April 2nd -3rd 2016) Workshop will be conducted by Sputnik Photos photographers: Rafal Milach, Adam Panczuk, Agnieszka Rayss. It will be held within Festival of Young Polish Documentary Photography in Baku, supported by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Those wishing to participate should send a […]
This Is Where the End of Cities Begins / Tu się zaczyna koniec miast soft cover 198 x 310 m 80 pages 34 pictures print 198 x 310 mm photos: Agnieszka Rayss text: Filip Springer design: Ania Nalecka / TBD edition: 350 copies, including 25 special edition copies publisher: Sputnik Photos ISBN: 978-83-941826-1-8 GET THE […]
See you at the Warsaw Art Book Fair over upcoming weekend . All our books will be there. During the weekend 27-29.11.2015 Sputnik will be present at the Warsaw Art Book Fair which is taking place in Museum of Modern Art. All our books will be there and we will have a Sputnik Lost Territories newspaper […]
We are excited to share with you our newest newspaper prepared for UNSEEN Photo Fair. Inside: An extensive interview and few pictures from our upcoming Lost Territories project. The newspaper will be given away for free at the events linked to Lost Territories promotion. More updates soon.
From the 18th till the 20th of September Sputnik Photos was present at the Unseen Photo Fair in Amsterdam. You could find us at Unseen Niche / A1. More information here.
BOOK INFO pages: 88 photos: 43 hard cover book dimensions: 29 x 20 cm photographs: Jan Brykczyński language: English text: Malu Halasa, Jocelyn C. Zuckerman book design: Laurence Stevens publisher: Dewi Lewis Publishing ISBN: 978-1-907893-66-7 PUBLICATIONS / AWARDS The Gardener is a winning commission of the inaugural Syngenta Photography Award Photo-eye blog British Journal of Photography The Daily Telegraph Polityka Art&Business […]
On the 29th of August in Reykjavik (Iceland) at BIO PARADIS cinema we have shown our 3 documentary movies. The house was full. Stay tuned to this page for a schedule of upcoming screenings.
Grace of God is a documentary reflecting on the complex relationships between humans and domesticated animals. Thirteen individuals share their stories of personal experiences with a particular animal, relaying everything from profound friendships to a range of unusual interactions. There are stories of farm animals as well as beloved family friends. Animals of exceptional intelligence, […]
Þór lives with his mother on a farm in the northwest of Iceland. He goes to school in a nearby village while his mother tends their flock of two hundred sheep. They are the last remaining people to inhabit the Ingjaldssandur fjord and their annual struggle with the isolation of harsh winter is only made […]
They live together, they’re in their fifties and they look alike. They are never sick, they hardly ever travel. They lead the most simple and yet beautiful life at their farm where the routine is the same, season after season, year after year. They’re hard working but yet their daily routine is oh so free […]
We are happy to be part of official section of Triennial of Photography Hamburg. In cooperation with Historical Museums of Hamburg we prepared 4 new projects. Michal Luczak is presenting his work The Unicorn and Other Objects in Altonaer Museum. More detailed information about this show here.
We are happy to be part of official section of Triennial of Photography Hamburg. In cooperation with Historical Museums of Hamburg we prepared 4 new projects. Rafal Milach is presenting his work “Where the Atoms Die” in Hamburg Museum. More detailed information about this show here.
We are happy to be part of official section of Triennial of Photography Hamburg. In cooperation with Historical Museums of Hamburg we prepared 4 new projects. Michal Luczak is presenting his work Altenwerder & Neuenfelde in Hamburg Museum. More detailed information about this show here.
We are happy to be part of official section of Triennial of Photography Hamburg. In cooperation with Historical Museums of Hamburg we prepared 4 new projects. Adam Panczuk is presenting his work City Lab in Museum der Arbeit. More detailed information about this show here.
Rekrutacja na Program Mentorski 2015/2016 rozpoczęta! Zapraszamy do przesyłania zgłoszeń. Program przeznaczony jest dla osób zainteresowanych fotografią dokumentalną oraz działaniami z jej pogranicza. Podczas programu każdy z uczestników będzie pracował pod okiem mentora nad autorskim projektem fotograficznym. Zgłoszenia można nadsyłać od dziś do 30 lipca 2015 na adres: email@example.com Prosimy o przesyłanie portfolio (max. 15 fotografii w […]
NO 2 : Sputnik Photos Mentoring Programme 2013/ 2014 annual publication presenting work of 10 emerging photographers. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Marlena Jabłońska, Dagna Nippe, Andrejs Strokins, Luka Lukasiak, Alex Leszczyński, Bartek Warzecha, Dagmara Barańska-Morzy, Ela Polkowska, Marta Kosiorek, Jakub Jurkowski, Piotr Brzozowski TEXT BY: Agnieszka Rayss, Authors LANGUAGE OF TEXT: English / Polish EDITOR: Rafał Milach DESIGN: Ania Nałęcka […]
“HUNTER” a collective show by Sputnik Photographers and Sputnik Mentoring Program Students curated by Michal Luczak is part of this year Format Festival in Derby UK. The exhibition at Derby Museum and Art Gallery features Sputnik Photos artists Jan Brykczyński, Rafał Milach, Agnieszka Rayss, Adam Pańczuk, Michał Łuczak, and Andrei Liankievich; and from the Sputnik […]
The Winners / II Edition 200 copies 165 x 222mm , 112 pages with 53 images, Hardback with foiled cloth cover, ISBN 978-0-9574272-7-3 GET YOUR COPY HERE
We would like to invite you to support our artistic project in post-soviet countries of Central Asia. Twenty-five years after the fall of the USRR five Sputnik Photos photographers are setting out on a journey to five former soviet republics: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. We are interested in what is happening in the countries that […]
TITLE: PSOPLAAINND. Mapping the blind spots. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Sputmik Photos, Nophoto TEXT BY: Sputnik Photos, Nophoto LANGUAGE OF TEXT: English ISBN: 978-83-63610-99-9 PUBLISHER: Polish Institute Madrid, Sputnik Photos, Nophoto CITY OF PUBLISHER: Madrid YEAR PUBLISHED: 2014 BINDING: Newsprint NO. OF PAGES: 48 NO. OF ILLUSTRATIONS: around 60 TRIM DIMENSIONS: 255x350mm RETAIL PRICE: 20 Euro + shipping DISTRIBUTOR: […]
An article about Sputnik Photos in current issue of British journal of Photography.
Moldova is the poorest country in Europe. Following the vision of better future, more than one million of its inhabitants, i.e. 25 per cent, have left the country. It is this hard-earn currency flowing to Moldova from different parts of the world which helps to keep the Moldavian economy afloat. On the other side, the […]
I was totally shocked by the anarchic attitude to architecture in Armenia. Being totally free as they are, Armenians can easily construct any building of any shape and in any place. In Yerevan, you can easily find ever newer levels being placed atop houses without any official authorisation. And this causes an incredible cacophony of […]
Millions of women in the Soviet army fought against the fascists. They filled various posts: nurses, sappers, aviators, tankers. Some of them still children, teenage girls. The ones that still live today are around 90 years old. Their great home country no longer exists. They often live in countries which are not their place of […]
The Yerevan gardens have a long tradition and are deeply rooted in Armenian culture. Gaining importance as a source of fresh vegetables in times of crisis and becoming more amateur nature in better times, they make these shifts every time the political and economic situation in the Caucasus changes. They connect the city’s inhabitants with […]
For the most part, they were to be pictures of ceilings, windows – the scenery that immobile war veterans see in front of their eyes. Images they will be doomed to watch till the end of their lives. After calling Timur, who, as I had earned earlier, has no hands and legs, I knew my […]
The charismatic president of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili had a dream and a plan. For nearly a decade of his leadership, he strived to mould the Caucasian country according to western models. Georgia was to be a germ of Western thinking and civilisation in that part of the world – in the direct neighbourhood of the […]