Adam Pańczuk

Adam Pańczuk

Adam Pańczuk (1978) lives in Warsaw. In his work he travels to wherever he finds an interesting subject. He studied at the University of Economics and photography at the Multimedia Communication Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań. With his projects Pańczuk seems to be asking questions, at the same time directly and metaphorically, about identity, consciousness and attitude towards life of the people he meets along the way. His unique skill to tell gripping yet intimate stories with images has won him many prestigious awards including Best Photography Book Award in the 71st annual Pictures of the Year International for “Karczeby”, Magnum Expression Award, Grand Press Photo, PHotoEspana (PHE) OjodePez Award, Newsweek Poland Photo. He published in: National Geographic, Newsweek, British Journal of Photography, Le Monde, Esquire, OyodePez, Geo Magazine, Polityka , Malemen, DF Gazeta Wyborcza.

Adam is a member of Sputnik Photos and is represented by La galierie particuliere and Picturetank, Paris, France.

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Adam Pańczuk

Karczebs (Karczeby)

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 5 Uplands
 archive : 2014

In one of the dialects spoken in the east of Poland, which is a mixture of Polish and Belorussian, people strongly attached to the soil cultivated from generations were called Karczebs.

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Archive Sessions and Events Featuring Adam Pańczuk

Sep 192014

Photo Poland: Contemporary Polish Photography

Photo Poland – Contemporary Polish Photography is an exhibition showcasing contemporary Polish photography. The talk will begin with a slideshow presenting a selection of 10 contemporary Polish photographers. This will be followed by a panel discussion with photographers Rafal Milach, Adam Panczuk and Kacper Kowalski, who discussing their work and the current state of Polish photography.

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