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.
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Marysia Myanovska (b. 1990) is a Ukrainian photographer, currently based between Kyiv and Hamburg. A graduate of the Victor Marushchenko School of Modern Photography, her work explores connections between particular territories and the people who inhabit them. She is especially interested in stories of young Ukrainians in deprived city districts. In 2022, Myanovska was a finalist of the Hamburg Portfolio Review and the winner of the Nikon Noor Workshop for Photojournalists. Her images have been published by the likes of Vice, The Calvert Journal and Bird in Flight.
Marcin Kruk (b. 1982) lives and works in Rzeszow, Poland. With a background in Archival and Historical Studies, he currently studies Photography at the Institute of Creative Photography in Opava, Czech Republic. A Fujifilm Poland ambassador, Kruk is also a member of the Archive of Public Protest (A-P-P). His practice revolves around a series of long-term documentary projects.
Lisa Bukreyeva (b. 1993) is a photographer based in Kyiv, Ukraine. Since her journey with photography began in 2019, her works have been presented at a range of museums and festivals, including Photo Elysée, Lausanne; Noorderlicht Festival, Groningen; and Deichtorhallen – Internationale Kunst Und Fotographie, Hamburg. Meanwhile, her images have featured in the likes of Der Spiegel, Zeit, The New York Magazine and Blind Magazine. Bukreyeva is a member of the Burn My Eye collective.
Kinga Wrona (b. 19xx) is a Polish documentary photographer currently living in Krakow. She is a student at the Institute of Creative Photography in Opava, Czech Republic. In her latest projects, Wrona explores the relationship between humans and nature in relation to climate change, natural disasters and environmental degradation. Her images have been published by FOTO Magazine, The Calvert Journal, National Geographic and New York Post, whilst her projects have been exhibited internationally. Her recent 85 project will soon be exhibited at Circulation(s) Festival in Paris, France.
Ihar Hancharuk (b. 1986) is post-documentary photographer and visual artist from Belarus. With a background in foreign languages, his creative work makes use of photographic and digital archives, including video footage. Haranchuk’s projects refer to questions of national and personal identity, collective memory, and the influence of mass media on contemporary life; he also addresses the patriarchal violence to which he was exposed during a period of mandatory military service, concluded in 2010. Among others, his works have been exhibited at Krakow Photomonth, Poland; National Center for Contemporary Arts, Belarus; and Circulation(s) Festival, France.