Un-Posed @ Foto-Gen Gallery

Varanasi (India)

Varanasi (India)

Street photography is based on capturing unusual events, symbols or anecdotes hidden in everyday situations happening in public places. Street photographers observe, notice and capture things, that others are unable to see. They do not arrange their pictures, they save everyday life as it is.

Un-Posed, founded by Damian Chrobak in 2011, is one of the most recognised Polish street photography collectives. Its primary aim is to develop creativity and visual consciousness in public space and promote the achievements of Polish street photographers. Unposed also is the title of its next exhibition soon to be open in Wroclaw’s FOTO-GEN Gallery.

© Adrian Wykrota | Un-Posed

The Unposed exhibition focuses on a human being seen in different situations and photographed in different places around the world. The pictures by 9 photographers – Damian Chrobak (doc! #13 & #19), Maciej Dakowicz (doc! #12), Jamie Fyson Howard (doc! #16), Ania Kłosek (doc! #25), Monika Krzyszkowska (DEBUTS 2015), Tomasz Kulbowski, Tymon Markowski, Marta Rybicka (DEBUTS 2016) and Adrian Wykrota (doc! #31) – form a story about the current state of man in terms of behaviours, surroundings and emotions. Why are we drawn to these images? Do we see similarities in our own lives? Have we seen such scenes somewhere before?

Pilgrims from Mexico are waiting for the arrival of Pope Francis on Cracow's Błonia to celebrate Welcome Mass during the World Youth Days. Cracow (Poland), July 28, 2016

Pilgrims from Mexico are waiting for the arrival of Pope Francis on Cracow’s Błonia to celebrate Welcome Mass during the World Youth Days.
Cracow (Poland), July 28, 2016

Despite of the fact that all members of the collective move in the same area of interests, their photographs prove their individual style, which shows complexity and potency of street photography.

Un-Posed – UNPOSED
@
FOTO-GEN Gallery (8 Bp. Nankier Square, Wroclaw, Poland)
Grand opening: March 10 at 6.00 PM
The exhibition will be open to the public until April 8, 2017

The Un-Posed exhibition is organised under doc! photo magazine patronage.

Un-Posed @ Brain Damage Gallery

© Damian Chrobak | Un-Posed

Street photography is based on capturing unusual events, symbols or anecdotes hidden in everyday situations happening in public places. Street photographers observe, notice and capture things, that others are unable to see. They do not arrange their pictures, they save everyday life as it is.

Un-Posed, founded in 2011, is the most recognisable Polish street photography collective. Its primary aim is to develop creativity and visual consciousness in public space and promote the achievements of Polish street photographers. The collective has already presented its works at various exhibitions in Poland and abroad. The next one, and at the same time the largest one, will be open soon in Lublin (Poland).

© Jamie Fyson Howard | Un-Posed

The Niepozowane (unposed in Polish) exhibition focuses on a human being seen in different situations and photographed in different places around the world. The pictures by 8 photographers – Damian Chrobak (doc! #13 & #19), Maciej Dakowicz (doc! #12), Jamie Fyson Howard (doc! #16), Ania Kłosek (doc! #25), Monika Krzyszkowska (DEBUTS 2015), Tomasz Kulbowski, Marta Rybicka (DEBUTS 2016) and Adrian Wykrota (doc! #31) – form a story about the current state of man in terms of behaviours, surroundings and emotions. Why are we drawn to these images? Do we see similarities in our own lives? Have we seen such scenes somewhere before?

© Tomasz Kulbowski | Un-Posed

Despite of the fact that all members of the collective move in the same area of interests, their photographs prove their individual style, which shows complexity and potency of street photography.

Un-Posed – NIEPOZOWANE (UNPOSED)
@ Brain Damage Gallery (7 Marii Curie Skłodowskiej St., Lublin, Poland)
Grand opening: August 20 at 7.00 PM
The exhibition will be open to the public until September 18, 2016

The Un-Posed exhibition is organised under doc! photo magazine patronage.