Our member Ania Klosek is exhibiting her new work made in the Polish - Ukrainian border during the last years. Ania says anout her work: “Most of this year I travel through Ukraine to see the life people live along former polish border, which was there until 1939. After 80 years, the memory of the Polish - Soviet border is still alive there. This is just a small piece of what I saw and who I met. Join me in this journey.”

The place: Mała Galeria Fotografii

City: Przemyśl, Poland

When: 11th od October

Here are some sample images from the exhibited series and an open invitation for any of our Polish friends who would like to attend.


I was in Havana for the first time in January, 2018. I was expecting sunny warm days and vibrant colors on the streets, but instead of it, the city was being affected by a cold front coming from the US. A cold wind blew from the Malecón most of the time, and people walked in old jackets with their hands in their pockets, tooking shelter in the smoky bars. These images reflect an unusually melancholic side of the often vibrant and happy Cuban capital.