World Press Photo 2013: tragic stories & cute animals?

Once again World Press Photo has visited Krakow at Bunkier Sztuki. This year’s edition is not without a controversy surrounding the 1st prize winner and putting into question the professionalism of the contestants and aim of the whole competition. After perusing the images and walking out of the exhibition a friend asked me how was … Continue reading

XpARTy Krakow

​From 3rd – 5th of October, Malopolska’s Garden of Art will  be given over to international artists. There will be concerts, exhibitions, film shows, and panels showcasing the multicultural mix of talents within the space, at ulica Rajska (Paradise Street) in Kraków.XpARTy is the biggest event of its kind in Poland, presenting the creative output … Continue reading

How photographers joined the self-publishing revolution http://gu.com/p/3f38p

Seen in the Guardian Eyewitness: Antarctica

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/picture/2013/feb/19/eyewitness-antarctica

Seen in the Guardian Eyewitness Android app: Dee estuary, Wales

http://gu.com/p/3dkxt

Guardian Camera Club: Daniela Arsenio’s portfolio

Guardian Camera Club: Daniela Arsenio’s portfolio http://gu.com/p/3d4xv

WORLD PRESS PHOTO 2012, KRAKOW

If you are interested in photo journalism you shouldn’t miss this. Already an emblematic exhibition within the Bunkier walls, World Press Photo does not cease to amaze, upset, intrigue, disturb and arouse, both mere uncommitted curiosity and unavailing indignation. If you happen to be in Krakow and have some idle time, use it to skim … Continue reading

All Saints’ Day (Wszystkich Świętych) Photo Rally – Capture an Instant and share it via Instagram

If you live in Poland and you’re not Polish, All Saints’ Day might just be a day like any other, just another holiday in your work calendar, an excuse to stay at home and avoid the mushy pavement and side-walks covered in a slippery pulp of snow, dirt and fallen leaves. It might be just … Continue reading