The project implemented in 2019 in Warsaw by Sputnik Photos explores the contemporary identity of the capital, taking into account its history through a series of activities for city residents coming out of the medium of photography. We will be particularly interested in examining the pulse of today’s capital in places that are distant from […]
New exhibition Lost Territories. PALIMPSEST (LTA 10) at Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival in Toronto, Canada. Till 31st of May our specially prepared public installation is to see in Brookfield Place, Toronto. More information here.
This year we decided to launch for the first time, our mentoring programme for foreign students. The workshop will be led in english by the mentors: Jan Brykczyński, Karolina Gembara, Michał Łuczak, Adam Pańczuk, Agnieszka Rayss and guests. You can apply right now. We wait for you till the 15th of June. More details and […]
Sputnik Photos in collaboration with Hungarian artist Peter Puklus and Tomasz Szerszeń. On view till April 6th.
Sputnik Photos invites for a workshop by Erik Kessels. More information here.
Rafał Milach has been shortlisted to Polityka magazine Passport Awards 2018 (Paszporty Polityki) in category Visual Arts. We keep fingers crossed. More information HERE
‘Geometry of Imagination’ is a collaboration between Sputnik Photos photographers and a Hungarian artists Peter Puklus. Exhibited at Mai Mano House in Budapest, the new work refers to the Polish avant-garde movement of the 20s and 30s of the XX century and it explores the socio-political problems of today’s Europe. On view until 7th October. […]
We have prepared a special file for the Lost Territories Archive (LTA 8) exhibition within RIBOCA. You can find it at the Morbergs Residency. The exhibition is on view till October 28th
Lost Territories Archive is currently on view ( till October 28th) within Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art (RIBOCA). LTA(8) at the Former Biological Faculty
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 Donation is […]
“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 […]
Photographers: Jan Brykczynski, Michal Luczak, Rafal Milach, Adam Panczuk, Agnieszka Rayss Editor: Barbara Stauss Designer: Ania Nałęcka / Tapir Book Design Language of text: English / Polish Publisher: Centrum Nauki Kopernik Print run: 1000 City of publisher: Warsaw Year published: 2012 Binding: box 245 × 300 mm of 5 photo books of different form and size + […]
We are happy to be part of official section of upcoming Photoespana 2014. “PSOPLAAINND. Mapping the Blind Spots” is a new publication and exhibition we prepare together with Spanish collective NOPHOTO. More informations here.
On the 1st of march we opened our first combined show ( Stand BY, U, Distant Place, multimedia and all our books ) in Fotodok Utrecht (NL). The show is on until April 13th 2014.
On Saturday, March 1, 2014, Sputnik Photos opened 3 exhibitions in Utrecht (NL). Sputnik works are shown on the invitation of Fotodok (www.fotodok.org), which is thus inaugurate the operation of its new seat in Utrecht’s museum district. In the new Fotodok spaces Sputnik artists show three exhibitions about Central-Eastern Europe: “Stand By” – devoted to […]
Circulation(s) festival of Young European Photography hosts our show Distant Place in beautiful industrial space. More information here.
About the man who jumped off a bridge by Rafal Milach shortlisted in first edition of The Cord Prize
More information about the contest here.
Distant Place awarded as a Best Art Catalog in ART BOOKS WANTED International Award 2013. You can see the book at the exhibition of finalists in B1 – Centre for contemporary design in Prague. More information here.
Agnieszka Rayss has won first prize in Grand Press Photo contest for her story “Closed Circuit” (category “environment”). More information here.
You can see our book among other finalists on an exhibition in Antiguo Hospital de Santa María la Rica in the city Alcalá de Henares, located just outside of Madrid. More informations here.
Our publications on meta-list of best photobooks of 2012 (Distant Place, Brutal, In the car with R)
6.12.2012 Our books “Distant Place” (Sputnik Photos), “In the Car with R” (Rafał Milach) and “Brutal” (Michał Łuczak) among the best books of 2012 in the photo-eye Magazine review.
11.10.2012 Month of Photography in Bratislava – “7 Rooms” (Rafał Milach) and “Stand By” (Sputnik Photos) chosen as the best photo books of 2012 in Central and Eastern Europe. “Distant Place” (Sputnik Photos) receives honourable mention.
25.07.2012 The project “Distant Place” has its own website: http://www.512.kopernik.org.pl/
07.5.2012 Vernissage of “Distant Place” at the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw.
Warsaw, the Vistula River. I photographed a process without which life in the city would be impossible. We draw water from beneath the Vistula and return it to the river. These places are seldom seen. It is the machinery of the river which we try to conceal and not to look at. It’s a mysterious […]
There is a wild forest in the center of Warsaw. Together with the Vistula, it divides the city into two parts. It looks like a no-man’s land. But just beyond the first line of trees, there is a different world, opposed to city life.
In 2012, the major Polish river, the Vistula, dropped to its lowest level in history. The story investigates the 30 km Warsaw part of the river. All the objects, people and places are linked to what is hidden underwater or below the river surface.
The golden era of the Vistula River is long passed. There is no more need to monitor river traffic or to deepen its channels and clear it of debris. The signals and signposts have all disappeared. Times have changed, and the golden era for people closely tied to the Vistula, like Bogdan, a push-boat mechanic, […]
The Vistula bank is my photography studio. I invite Varsovians there to take their portraits, using the natural scenery as a backdrop. The models’ age, educational background and nationality are of no interest to me, like in a photographer’s studio when a client walks in. The photographer doesn’t know too much about him, and neither […]