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The Invisible Torun and Media Wars

16.06 - 28.06.2011
Two exhibitions by the Polish photographer Marek Czarnecki
Opening: 16.06.2011 at 18:00
Polish Institute Bulgaria

Marek Czarnecki s certified artist photographer. Since 1992 he has his own advertising and fine art photography studio. For him photography is a challenge from both creative and technical aspect. His works involve landscape and architecture photography but he has won also awards for his work in panoramic photography. What makes him stand out among other photographers is the unique image registration covering fields of view of 360 degrees.

Marek Czarnecki is member of the Union of Polish Art Photographers, an associate member of Master Photographers Association (Great Britain), an associate member of the British Institute of Professional Photography BIPP, a member of the International Association of Panoramic Photographers Las Vegas.

Czarnicki won the "overseas Commercial and Advertising" category in the British Professional Photography Awards 2004 and many other awards in environment of stiff competition. He is the author of many photo albums; he works with publishing houses from Poland, Germany, Great Britain and Dubai. He has conducted advertising photography workshops in Russia, Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine. Marek has participated in numerous joint exhibitions in Poland, Great Britain and Belgium and about 15 individual exhibits. His archive boasts over 180 000 images.