Passing shadows

PhotographerArkadiusz Kubisiak
Entry Description

Radom is a city in central Poland with population of ca. 220.000 inhabitants. It is located 100 km south of Warsaw capitol of the country. The city was established in 14th century and received its town rights in 1364 from King Kazimierz Wielki. The oldest, historical part of the city is largely demolished. Many 19th century fine architecture burgher houses are replaced by ruthless real estate developers in to senseless buildings. What a pity and harm for this place. It affects individuals as well as whole community and memory of the place. Many people are moved to another locations. May story is about the last moment before unique part of the city will vanish. Are there any winners in this battle, I wonder?

About Photographer

Arkadiusz Kubisiak – CV EDUCATION 2013 Transmission pour I'Image workshop, Perpignan, France, Workshop with Kent Kobersteen and Tomasz Tomaszewski, Konstancin Jeziorna, PL 2011 Creative and Expression Photography, The European Academy of Photography, Warsaw, PL under Izabela Jaroszewska, Ph.D. 2009 The European Academy of Photography, Warsaw, PL 2005 The Academy of Photography, Warsaw, PL SELECTED EXHBITIONS 2014 Passing Shadows, NEY Gallery, Warsaw, Poland, 2013 Passing Shadows, NG Contest Group Exhibition, Rzeszów, Warsaw, Kielce, PL Teofil, The Art of Photography Show, San Diego, US Group Exhibition, 2011 Portraits, EAF Gallery, Warsaw Festival for the Photographic Arts, group show, Warsaw,PL SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 2011 Teofil and other Fables, Landscape Stories, The Colour of Memory, 03/2011 AWARDS 2014 2 nd place on BZ WBK Press Foto for Passing Shadows and Airport, Warsaw, Poland, 2013 Grand Prix in IX National Geographic Photography Contest, Poland, 2013 1st place in category reportage for Passing Shadows in IX National Geographic Photograph Contest, Poand, 2012 Final selection round for the Noorderlicht Photography Festival, Netherlands 2012 Honorable Mention in the International Photography Awards annual competition for The Colors of Winter series in fine art landscape category, US,