The landscape of Poland is full of religious figures, crosses, statues, or small buildings that resemble little houses or miniature chapels located along the roadsides. These shrines were often founded by individuals, families or communities of entire villages intended to thank a saint or God for a benefit or blessing received, or sometimes as a remembrance for a tragedy or a crime.
One of the main aims of the project is familiarizing people with knowledge of 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)