The landscape of Poland is full of religious figures, crosses, statues, or small buildings that resembles a little house or miniature chapel located along the roadsides. These shrines were often founded by individuals, families, communities of entire villages as intention to thank a saint or God for a benefit or blessing received and sometimes as a remembrance for a tragedy or a crime.
One of the main aims of the project is familiarizing with the knowledge about the roadside shrines, especially in the context of their multicultural tradition.
I was invited to take a part in this large-scale project of The National Museum in Gdańsk.
30 wet plates and 5 cyanotypes has been purchased by the Museum.
2014, 30 pcs. of clear glass wet plate collodion negatives 18x24cm, 5 pcs. of cyanotype prints 18x24cm. Owned by: The National Museum in Gdańsk
IPA 2015 International Photography Awards: Honorable Mention / Categories: Fine Art – Landscape
IPA 2015 International Photography Awards: Honorable Mention / Categories: Architecture – Historic
ND Awards 2015: Honorable Mention / Categories: Fine Art – Landscape
2015 – Menningarmiostöoin Gerouberg / Reykjavik (group)
2015 – Muzeul National al Taranului Roman / Bucharest (group)
2015 – Polish Institute in Budapest / Budapest (group)
2016 – Gdańska Galeria Fotografii / The National Museum in Gdańsk (group)
„The Small Sacred Architecture of Kashubia An Anthropological Perspective” / The National Museum in Gdańsk (2016)