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Meet the artists nominated by Fotofestiwal Lodz in 2022

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Futures Photography
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May 20, 2022
We are happy to announce another group of artists to join Futures this year. The five artists were nominated by Fotofestiwal Lodz. They are Andrey Anro, Tomasz Kawecki, Julia Klewaniec, Mateusz Kowalik and Olena Morozova.

They will join the platform’s activities to present their work to international professionals and to network, amongst other opportunities that will be developed for them, including exhibitions, publishing opportunities, portfolio reviews, and more.

Discover more about them:

Work by Julia Klewaniec
The documentary photographer Adam Broomberg mentored five Futures Talents over the three months running up to Unseen Amsterdam 2019
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Julia Klewaniec

Julia Klewaniec (b. 1996) is a photographer and cultural animator. Graduated from Photography at the Film School in Łódź, Poland. Currently a chief Creative Officer of Picture Doc Foundation - space for dialogue dedicated to young artists in Poland. As a photographer she deals with topics related to society, diversity and exclusion.

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Work by Mateusz Kowalik
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Work by Andrey Anro
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Mateusz Kowalik

As a visual artist, I explore themes such as queer desire, transformation, gender, and dysphoria and find inspiration in my circle of friends. My work is influenced by theorists, poets, and activists such as Zanele Muholi, Judith Butler, Diane Arbus, James Baldwin, and Kai-Isaiah Jamal. The common denominator for these is the discussion about exclusion at various levels.

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Andrey Anro

Andrey Anro (born 1987 Smarhon, Belarus) Lives and works in Berlin, Germany / Minsk, Belarus. His basic tools are painting, photography, digital collage, and installation. Anro explores topics such as collective memory, historical heritage, politics, dictatorship, religion, disappearance and death. He is author of the photobook "Happy Death Society", 2019.

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Work by Tomasz Kawecki
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Tomasz Kawecki

Tomasz's work comes from his inner space. Using elements of performance and installation, he mixes fiction with reality, which results in quasi-documentary outcome. In his works, he uses universal symbols that are archetypes in the collective thinking of society. Out of the chthonic of nature, out of its chaos, he intuitively selects fragments from which he creates images. The leitmotif of Tomasz’s works is the dualism present in nature and man.

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Work by Olena Morozova
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Olena Morozova

Olena Morozova is a visual artist from Kyiv, Ukraine. She is interested in themes of spirituality, sexuality, gender identity,stereotypes, psychological and mental disorder, family relationships. "Photography is my passion, lifestyle, philosophy, way of thinking, seeing, understanding the world around me and my inner world, searching for my reflections, feelings and emotions, self-development and movement forward” - she explains.

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