PUBLISHED WORKS AND ARTICLES
A series of talks with interior and architectural photographers in DesignAlive.2020 / www.designalive.pl
Exhibition photography for Muzeum Susch. „Body Double“, a retrospective exhibition of the Belgian Pop-Surrealist Evelyne Axell.2020 / www.vogue.pl, www.muzeumsusch.ch
Exhibition photography for Muzeum Susch. „Up to and Including Limits: After Carolee Schneemann“.2020 / www.moussemagazine.it
ARCHITECTURAL AWARD OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE CAPITAL CITY OF WARSAW
for "CIAM Archipelago. The Letters by Helena Syrkus“
by Aleksandra Kędziorek, Katarzyna Uchowicz and Maja Wirkus
Publisher: National Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning (NIAiU) in Warsaw,
Managing editor: Karolina Andrzejewska-Batko
Languages: German, English, Polish, French
Helena Syrkus was a Polish architect, co-founder of the artists' and architects' group "Praesens", and was at the centre of the international architecture congress CIAM (Congrès Internationaux d'Architecture Moderne ) as a pioneering figure of Polish modernism. Her correspondence with her closest companions, including Le Corbusier, Sigfried Giedion and Walter Gropius, was researched and published in the book "CIAM Archipel. The Letters of Helena Syrkus".2020 / www.modulor.ch
HAUS DER PHOTOGRAPHIE
Our exhibition Gute Aussichten DELUXE at the Deichtorhallen in Hamburg.
I exhibited the „Tie-in (Kolarz)“ series.
I love to photograph the architecture of the city of warsaw and its urban history.2020 / www.zawod-architekt.pl
The editorial team of NN6T Magazine introduces the new publication "CIAM Archipelago. The Letters of Helena Syrkus".2020 / www.nn6t.pl
Premiere event with book release "Archipelago CIAM. Letters by Helena Syrkus" at the new Pavilion Zodiak in Warsaw.
The book was presented by the authors Aleksandra Kędziorek, Dr. habil. Katarzyna Uchowicz and Maja Wirkus.
Moderated by Karolina Andrzejewska-Batko, Head of Publishing Department at NIAiU (National Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning)
Thanks to Prof. Waldemar Baraniewski and PhD Prof. Bolesław Stelmach, Director of NIAiU.
Interior photography for Thisispaper Studio Apartment.
K916 and K907 have both been finished with sparse interiors, reflecting the minimalist aesthetic.
A-Place K907 is a minimal apartment located in Warsaw, Poland, designed by Thisispaper Studio. The apartment is situated in the Praga District.2020 / www.design-milk.com
Interior photography for Thisispaper Studio Apartment.
The apartments are dominated by a box-shaped volume made from plain panels of pine plywood.
MUSEUM OF ARCHITECTURE WROCLAW
Architectural photography for the book „Awers/rewers: architekt Bohdan Lachert“ by Katarzyna Uchowicz.
The exhibition at the museum presents the work of Museum of Architecture Wrocław presents the achievements of Bohdan Lachert - one of the most eminent Polish avant-garde architects, co-founder of the modernist group „Praesens“.
The catalogue „Ariergarda modernizmu. Katalog projektów i realizacji Bohdana Lacherta i Józefa Szanajcy“ by Katarzyna Uchowicz documents all manifestations of the creative activity of the studio of architects Bohdan Lacherta and Józef Szanajca.2018 / www.temperowka.pl
A photo series through the city on behalf of the Bauwelt. A print magazine "Between the center and the periphery".2019 / www.bauwelt.de
An article about the friendship of Helena Syrkus and Walter Gropius inspired by our book "CIAM Archipelago. The Letters of Helena Syrkus". Written by Paulina Olszewska.2019 / www.goethe.de
Talents 39 - Maja Wirkus/Jule Schaffer „Praesens II Präsens“
A book production with C/O Berlin. The opening was at the new residence, the Amerika Haus.
My Interview with i-D2019 / www.i-d.vice.com
Interior Photography for Thisispaper. Their new flagship is the studio’s first interior project and draws upon co-founder Zuzanna Gasior’s background in interior design.2016 / www.wallpaper.com
My first cooperation with Thisispaper was the shooting of their first shop in Warsaw.2016 / www.leibal.com
MUZEUM SZTUKI NOWOCZESNEJ
Completed in 1970, for years it was the best known furniture house in Warsaw, and in 2012 it became the temporary seat of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.
I documented this unique post-war modernist building before the pavilion architecture was destroyed in 2016.
"Emilia: furniture, museum, modernism" is a portrait of this building.
Architectural photography for Architekturbüro Scheder. A small house sits between two buildings on the edge of a forest in Hohenecken, just outside the city of Kaiserslautern in south-west Germany.2015 / www.baunetz.de
From the street the house appears as a small wooden box. The architects describe the form as "familiar and yet strange".2015 / www.dezeen.com
MUSEUM UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Exhibition documentation for the Museum of Modern Art (Muzeum Sztuki Nowoczesnej) in Warsaw. „Mária Bartuszová. Provisional Forms“.2014 / www.artmuseum.pl
The tiny house by Architekturbüro Scheder, which I was allowed to photograph, was awarded and published several times.2016 / www.phaidon.com
The fourth award went to the architectural firm Scheder in Kassel for the 56 square metre residential house.2015 / www.callwey.de
BUND DEUTSCHER ARCHITEKTEN
Architekturbüro Scheder - Award winner BDA Architecture Prize Rheinland-Pfalz 2015.2015 / www.bda-bund.de
The small house by Architekturbüro Scheder in Hohenecken was published also in „100 deutsche Häuser“.2015 / www.100haeuser.de
Documentation of „Lifting The Curtain. Central European Architectural Networks“ The photographs of the exhibition were published in the quarterly magazine Herito - „Socmodernism in architecture“.2014 / www.herito.pl
Documentation of „Lifting The Curtain. Central European Architectural Networks“ Collateral Event of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.2014 / www.domusweb.it
TATE / FOKSAL
Photo documentation of Edward Krasiński´s Atelier for Foksal Gallery Foundation.
The artist lived and worked from 1970 until his death in 2004, on the top floor of a socialist tower block on Solidarity Avenue/Aleja Solidarności in Warsaw.
Published by Tate Gallery Publishing.