Masses of Works
Krakowskie Przedmieście 33 00-071 Warsaw, Poland
Opening: Tuesday, 7th December 2010 @ 19:00
the exhibition will run through 9th January 2011
For several years we have been observing a growing interest in Polish photography and more and more people seem to be purchasing prints to start their collection. At Yours Gallery we have come up with a special project to promote the most interesting contemporary Polish photographers.
Every generation has its own idols and heroes searching for a new aesthetics and we would like to invite you to have a look at the subjective list of names we have put together. The group consists of artist who have already gained recognition and those who yet have to be discovered by you.
Masses of Works is a project showcasing over twenty photographers and nearly seventy images varied in terms of themes, technique and price. Each print is ready to be purchased so you may just find the perfect Christmas gift for your loved ones or the first item for your new collection.
Masses of Works is also an attempt to do away with the divisions that are still valid in the domestic photography market, by prioritizing the quality of the image and its attractiveness. We do not want to pigeonhole and classify artists. Today, when photography has become so popular, every client can find something special for themselves. Of course, the Yours Gallery team will be happy to assist you with your choice of work and your purchase and will be happy to answer all your queries.
All throughout December until the New Year you can visit the Gallery and chose the prints you would like to have at home from a selection of contemporary Polish photography.
The photographers invited to the project include:
Bownik, Kuba Dąbrowski, Przemek Dzienis, Michał Grochowiak, Tomasz Gudzowaty, Michał Jelski, Maciej Jeziorek, Zuza Krajewska & Bartek Wieczorek, Adam Lach, Weronika Łodzińska, Kasia Majak, Rafał Masłow, Rafał Milach, Anna Orłowska, Adam Pańczuk, Łukasz Sokół, Kamil Strudziński, Szymon Szcześniak, Łukasz Trzciński, Wojtek Wieteska, Magda Wuensche, Zorka Project.