Tomek Sikora "Tribute to Colours" Exhibition
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Tomek Sikora "Tribute to Colours" Exhibition


Director by Mateusz Wysokiński





Tomek Sikora "Tribute to Colours" Exhibition
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Tribute to Colours


Colours are the most beautiful invention of the creator of this world. The variety of hues in nature and people makes us feel that we are in paradise.


Concerned by rising xenophobia and a fear of other cultures on the one hand and delighted with Chi-Chi Ude’s extremely bright and graphical collection of clothing inspired by Africa on the other, I gathered together a group of people and we created this little book dedicated to the power of colour.


Beautiful, and colourful images were formed which I dedicate to everyone - to those open to this world and to those who are still in fear because they don’t yet know it.


Let’s not be afraid of diversity …..and to all my co-authors - thank you with all my heart





ROZPOZNANIE EXHIBITION
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ROZPOZNANIE EXHIBITION
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Ryszard Horowitz – UNKNOWN PORTRAITS Exhibition in Ney Gallery & Prints
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Ryszard Horowitz – UNKNOWN PORTRAITS
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NEY Gallery&Prints welcomes the spring with an exhibition of unknown portraits by Ryszard Horowitz, one of the most respected advertising photographers in the world whose works have impressed us since the 1960s. This time Ryszard Horowitz will show these of his works that have never been exhibited so far and which are about Roman Polański, Daniel Olbrychski, Jerzy Kosiński, Jan Lebenstein, Adam Hoffman, Piotr Skrzynecki, Urszula Dudziak, Zuzanna Łapicka, Kropka Gosławska, Andrzej and Magda Dudziński.


The photos presented at the exhibition were made in Poland and in Horowitz’s studio in New York on the occasion of his private meetings with the characters of the images. These unique photos are a kind of photographic diary. All of them are accompanied by Ryszard Horowitz’s memories.


Ryszard Horowitz on photo of Roman Polański: “I caught the moment when Roman, in 1965 in a New York hotel, was offering his love to Frankenstein. Apparently, he was already planning to make ‘The Fearless Vampire Killers’, that was made two years later.”


Ryszard Horowitz on photo of Daniel Olbrychski and Jerzy Kosiński: “Two friends of mine, Jerzy Kosiński and Daniel Olbrychski, visited me in my studio in 1984. I was observing them as they were joking. I don’t know who of them was a better actor, I wasn’t able to stop watching their impressive faces, the contrast between the Semitic and Slavic beauty. That meeting resulted in an improvised photo session, which left very many shots of single and double portraits.”


Ryszard Horowitz (b. 1939) | based in New York City (NY, USA) | one of the youngest known survivors of Auschwitz | studied Art at the High School of Fine Arts and Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts, both in Cracow (Poland) | moved to USA in 1959 and enrolled at New York’s famed Pratt Institute | while still a student, was given a scholarship to be apprenticed to Alexey Brodovitch, one of the most influential figures in the world of editorial design and photography at the time | after graduating from Pratt in 1963, worked for a number of film and design companies and as an Art Director for Grey Advertising | spend his own photography studio in 1967 | his work has been awarded, exhibited, published and collected around the globe | recognised as a pioneer of special effects photography predating digital imaging.


Ryszard Horowitz – UNKNOWN PORTRAITS @ NEY Gallery&Prints (5 Spokojna St., Warsaw, Poland) Grand opening: April 16 at 7:00 PM. The exhibition will be pen to the public until June 5, 2016.



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Ryszard Horowitz, Portrety nieznane Exhibition
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International Art Fair Warsaw
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SHOWROOM EXHIBITION
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Showroom Exhibition in Ney Gallery & Prints showroom

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Music composed by Piotr Zalewski for Showroom exhibition in Ney Gallery&Prints




Cosmopolitan Exhibition of Ryszard Horowitz’s photography

SHOWROOM EXHIBITION
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We invite you to the opening of the Ney Gallery&Prints Showroom! In December, the gallery space will transform into a unique meeting place, which will host works by the most prominent polish photographers - Ryszard Horowitz, Krzysztof Gierałtowski, Chris Niedenthal, Tomek Sikora and Tomasz Tomaszewski as well as new and upcoming talents - Borys Makary and Maciej Niemojewski. Books and albums by selected artists can be found in the gallery shop. The gallery will also be a setting for various fashion and jewellery labels, such as Katarzyna Stanny, Karina Królak, OH!EVE (jewellery); Oskar Zięta (applied art); Another Design; KAASKAS (designer scarves). The Ney Gallery&Prints Showroom is an art gallery in modern form, and much more than a concept store. This unusual exhibition is a fantastic opportunity to take a closer look at works created by famous artists as well as a great occasion to treat your close ones to exceptional and one-of-a-kind Christmas gifts.



You can see and buy works of those artists:

Beata Maria Orlikowska, Chris Niedenthal, KAASKAS, Ryszard Horowitz, Karina Królak, Tomasz Tomaszewski, Renaty Plagi Gentle, Tomasz Sikora, Monika Ney, Marek Arcimowicz, Katarzyna Stanny, Will Japss, Borys Makary, Oskar Zięta, Bogusław Kott, Prot Jarnuszkiewicz, Iza Maciusowicz, Krzysztof Gierałtowski, Janusz Fogler, Maciej Niemojewski, Oh Eve.



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Beata Maria Orlikowska “Zapach zapamiętany” Exhibition
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Krzysztof Gierałtowski "Remake" Exhibition
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Krzysztof Gierałtowski "Remake" Exhibition
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The author about REMAKE project: I dedicate this exhibition to the memory of Kees Broos, deceased today in Arnhem, who was a friend of mine, art historian and connoisseur of photography. See more  



Ney Gallery & Prints - 13 Warsaw Art Fair
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Borys Makary "They Were" Exhibition
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Borys Makary "They Were" Exhibition
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Borys Makary, a photographer born in 1977 in Poland. He does conceptual, creative photography, which comments on reality. His projects show his interest in human nature, above all woman's. He wants to capture and define femininity. He searches for interesting and intriguing methods of imagery, and treats in an innovative way not only photography as a medium, but also the topics he explores.

He holds an MA degree in Visual Arts, and is a graduate of the Department of Photography in the Faculty of Multimedia Communication at the University of Arts in Poznań. He learnt fashion photography from Miles Aldridge and at the International Center of Photography in New York. He has been an assistant of the fashion photographer Richard Warren.

Borys Makary has exhibited his works in Paris, where they were shown at FOTOFEVER exhibition in the Louvre, as well as at the NUE Gallery. His works have also been displayed at the WeArt festival in Barcelona, Photo Independent in Los Angeles and many exhibitions in Poland.

Since 2012 he has received numerous international awards in photography competitions in the USA and Europe, including three medals at Prix de la Photographie Paris 2013 – for advertising campaigns as well as his original projects.

They Were project in its form comes down to a Man-Ray like imaging of reality with negatives on which the author hand-painted signs and figures, symbolizing the nature of the person shown in the picture. The starting point was numerology, hidden symbols, that, avoiding literality, were to tell something about the person.

They Were – photographs, each of which tells a story about a different woman. These graphic images, hand-painted by their author, attract and intrigue the viewer, making them analyse the complex ‘patterns’ of personalities. Borys Makary does not tell the viewers everything, letting them read and interpret his works freely and independently.

The project was presented in Louvre and at the Nue 1. exhibition by the Parisian NUE gallery. It has won first place in the Fine Art – Nude category at the Prix de la Photographie Paris (PX3) contest.




Janusz Fogler Photography Exhibition
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Beata Małyska & Remigiusz Zawadzki Exhibition
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The exhibition nieNATURALnie in Ney Gallery & Prints
will be open within: 19.06.2015 r. – 07.07.2015 r.
Vernissage: 19.06.2015, 7:00 PM


nieNATURALnie is an audiovisual project of two artists - multimedia artist Beata Małyska, and music maker Remigiusz Zawadzki. The point of this undertaking is a confrontation of natural environment with its unnatural imitation. A human being, in this case the creator, has the ability to transform or even deform nature. However it is the nature that will always be overriding human because human is its subordinate. Whether the creation imitates or deconstructs the original, the creation's existence requires the original to exist as its archetype. The visual side of the project consists of photographs of artificial black Christmas tree shot in natural environment as its contrasting background. The sonic side of the project consists of sounds of nature, including those made by animals, that are transformed with the use of recording studio techniques into music which relates not only to the tradition of ambient, but also to modern EDM. As a result the sounds that as a part of nature have the ability to soothe, due to sound design gain new dimension, they can not only be contemplated, but also can encourage the listener to dance. The exhibition will take place in the second half of June at Ney Gallery&Prints in Warsaw. It will consist of 10 large format prints of photographs, a video projection and a music background. Moreover, a CD with the music will be released and its booklet will contain small format reproductions of the works. The curator of the project is Wojciech Prażmowski, an outstanding polish photographer and lecturer of the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, and The Leon Schiller National Higher School of Film, Television and Theatre in Łódź.



"NIEMEN II" Exhibition
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Dear All, we cordially invite you to participate in upcoming events at Ney Gallery& Prints.
May 17, 5 p.m.: Finissage of the exhibition “Niemen”.May 16, 8 p.m.: Meeting - organized within this year's Long Night of Museum - with the authors of the exhibition: Małgorzata Niemen, Lidia Popiel and Krzysztof Gierałtowski.

Scheduled for May 17, 2015 at 5 p.m, the finissage will also be a vernissage of the exhibition “Czesław Niemen through the lens of his wife’s camera” In addition to previously presented photographs, you will have an opportunity to see the series of works illustrating an exceptional composer, vocalist, instrumentalist, poet - Czesław Niemen, captured by Małgorzata Niemen. It will still be possible to view the works by great photographers: Christopher Gierałtowski, Ryszard Horowitz, Marek Karewicz, Chris Niedenthal, Małgorzata Niemen, Lidia Popiel, Andrzej Świetlik, currently presented in Ney Gallery&Prints, and meet their authors.

On May 16 at 8 p.m preceding the finissage, we kindly invite you to attend the meeting with Małgorzata Niemen and the presenting artists - Lidia Popiel and Krzysztof Gierałtowski. The meeting will be a chance to learn not only how and where the exhibited photographs were created but also about emotions accompanying them and memories preserved by the artists.

Małgorzata Niemen about the project: "Niemen through the lens of his wife’s camera" is a collection of photographs where you can see the artist – civilian. Without the stage aura. Artist on the road. Artist in his private, domestic space, making faces. Maybe, this is simply a piece of family album?

We are pleased to announce that you may view the works about Czesław Niemen till June 16, 2015. Within this time, you may buy a unique album containing all the photographs presented at the exhibition.




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On behalf of the Polish Street Photography and the Ney Gallery&Prints we would like to invite you to the meeting with the Greek photographer Lukas Vasilikos, which will take place in the Ney Gallery, April 17th at 7:00 p.m. During the meeting Lukas Vasilikos will talk about his street photography, portraits and the “Uncanny” project. Lukas Vasilikos (born in 1975) is a member of an international street collective “Vivo” (previously named “Street-photographers”). His photographs were presented in a number of prestigious festivals connected with street photography (e.g. the Miami Street Photography Festival, Eastreet). Lately he has been working on his personal project called “Uncanny”, where he photographs the life of his family balancing between anxiety, fear and mystery.


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"NIEMEN" Exhibition
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The exhibition: „NIEMEN” in Ney Gallery & Prints The exhibition will be open within: April 12 – May 17, 2015. Authors of Photographs: Krzysztof Gierałtowski, Ryszard Horowitz, Marek Karewicz Chris Niedenthal, Małgorzata Niemen, Lidia Popiel, Andrzej Świetlik.

Ney Gallery&Prints will present the exhibition: „NIEMEN” devoted to an exceptional composer, vocalist, multi­instrumentalist, columnist, poet, author of graphics- Czesław Niemen. This will be a collection of works by artists who had the pleasure to meet our great artist and capture his personality through photos. The visitors will have a chance to see photographs taken by Niemen’s wife - Małgorzata and works by Krzysztof Gierałtowski, Ryszard Horowitz, Marek Karewicz, Chris Niedenthal, Lidia Popiel, Andrzej Świetlik. Each artist will present Czesław Niemen in a unique but characteristic way. The exhibited photographs were taken in various places, including New York and Warsaw, both during the specially organized sessions, or to show the artist at work, as well as during private meetings of photographers with the musician. „NIEMEN” will be on display in a new exhibition space of Ney Gallery & Prints at Spokojna street no. 5. The interior of this new location is modern; the space has been developed to the last detail so that guests could meet in comfortable environment and experience the art in its splendor.

Ryszard Horowitz about Niemen: I met Czesław during his first stay in New York at the beginning of the 70s. Urszula Dudziak and Michał Urbaniak just brought him to my place for dinner. He was talking a lot about the „Lilacs and Champagne” longplay which he planned to record with Columbia Records. He was truly excited about that project. One day I invited him to my studio where I took photos for the potential album cover. We started liking each other from the moment we met and tried to continue our meetings in Warsaw as often as was possible. He was truly amazing man with an outgoing personality. He was also an outstanding musician. Unfortunately, he left us too early.

Krzysztof Gierałtowski about Niemen: I met Czesław Niemen while portraying for „Ty i Ja” („You and I”)illustrated magazine, recognized as iconic today, in January 1973. He was genuine and open. We had so much fun when smoking Cuban cigars (they were easily accessible at that time). He gave me his „unfinished” longplay, i.e. without the cover (was under designing). I still have this LP album. It includes great songs with lyrics by Leśmian, Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska, Norwid, and Iwaszkiewicz. I had a chance to hear in person several of his concerts. The most impressive for me was „Mournful Rhapsody in Memory of Józef Bem”.

Chris Niedenthal about Niemen: I think I met Czesław perhaps as early as in 1973 when I just arrived in Poland. Unfortunately, I rarely photographed him at work; more often in private situations – but what private is private! I did not want to use our friendship to take more photos of him; I thought it was not polite to impose oneself.

Lidia Popiel about Niemen: I was proud and honored by the invitation from Czesław Niemen to a photo session for his portfolio. I could personally experience his charming nature. Remarkable man with electrifying personality. For a beginning photographer it was a meaningful acquaintance, which left a mark for rest of my life.

Exhibition Partners: PKO BANK POLSKI, NIKON, PORTICO PROJECT MANAGEMENT, NIELSEN POLSKA, FALTER

All photographs from exhibition, has been printed in NEY Gallery&Prints print shop on ILFORD Galerie Prestige Gold Fibre Silk, sponsored by exclusive importer – Falter.




Ada Zielińska "Automotive stills" Exhibition
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Kasia Fortuna Exhibition, Strength of Beauty
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Kasia Fortuna Exhibition, Strength of Beauty
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"The project involved three photographers: Andrzej Świetlik, Daria Matczuk and Katarzyna Fortuna. They were asked to interpret the project in their own way. For Katarzyna Fortuna, work on the project was particularly personal as she has struggled and overcome cancer in the past. She knew from first hand what it is like to lose hair, have chemotherapy and suffer the associated side effects. As she recalls, “When you are ill with cancer it’s difficult to accept the "Eighth Passenger Nostromo" in your own body, which becomes “the uncontrolled second self”.

In order to emphasize this duality, Kasia applied the technique of double exposure. Plants photographed in the second exposure symbolize the lack of control over the “alien". In other pictures the “alien" is symbolized as the second silhouette. All the details of images have been created by Kasia from the scenery and light through to the selection of clothing to the concept of make-up and hand-prepared "jewelry" of plants.

The exhibition will present approximately 13-14 large size photographs. The cycle presents portraits of women who, although they lost their hair while fighting cancer, remained not only beautiful but also strong mentally. From the photographs women look at us warm and full of faith after the completion of their treatment. Cancer is a traumatic experience. Hair loss, a symbol of femininity, deepens this shocking and difficult condition. During the creation of these images, the unintended consequence of creating beautiful images provided strength in their fight against the disease as well as increasing their self esteem during this difficult time. Kasia goes as far as saying that such photographic sessions should be part of the treatment process for cancer patients".

Photographs were printed in NEY PRINTS.




Chris Niedenthal 1973-1989 Selected Photographs Exhibition.





Chris Niedenthal Exhibition, 1973-1989 Selected Photographs
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Chris Niedenthal Exhibition, 1973-1989 Selected Photographs
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In January, Ney Gallery&Prints is going to present the works by one of the most recognizable photojournalists. The exhibition 19731989. Selected Photographs is going to be the overview of the works by Chris Niedenthal from this period of his career.

The Gallery gives collectors the opportunity of purchasing the prints. All the photographs have been printed in Ney Prints. The exhibition is open from 10th January 2015 until 31st January 2015.

The author regarding the exhibition:“These dates outline an important stage in my work. The year 1973: then I came to Poland, just for few months, but it has turned out that I am still here, I have been here for over 40 years... The year 1989: the year of the political transformations in Poland and most of the countries of the Eastern Europe. Simultaneously, it is an important caesura in time; the end of the age which, until the transformation I was trying to register on the photographs shown here. These are the photographs taken not only in the People’s Republic of Poland but also in Romania, the U.S.S.R., the People’s Republic of Hungary and East Germany. I was working as a photojournalist in this whole area. It was, as one can imagine, an extremely interesting work; the work of a photojournalist is interesting at the level of its meaning, and even more so when incredible things happen around him. Of course, for most of the people living in the Polish People’s Republic era, it was not a particularly interesting time. But for a young visitor from London who did not leave his camera for a second, it was interesting indeed.


start: 10th of January at 6 pm

We would like to thank our partners Mercedes-Benz Polska, Nielsen, Ilford and all patrons.




Damian Chrobak And Adrian Wykrota Exhibition, Modern World
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Merry Christmas!
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Adrian Wykrota&Damian Chrobak Exhibition
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Damian Chrobak And Adrian Wykrota Exhibition, Modern World
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Start: 6th of December at 7pm

End: 4th of January 2015


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Wojciech Prażmowski Exhibition, Photographs for Matsuda
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Wojciech Prażmowski Exhibition, Photography for Matsuda
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12 wishes
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12.Warsaw Art Fairs
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12 wishes
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Arkadiusz Kubisiak Exhibition
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Start: 19th of September at 7 pm




Ryszard Horowitz, All That Jazz Exhibition
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Photos by Przemysław Hoff Mańkowski

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Ryszard Horowitz, All That Jazz Exhibition
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Ryszard Horowitz Photography Exposition




Ryszard Horowitz Exhibition
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Ryszard Horowitz photography Exhibition
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START: 17th of May at 7 pm

END: 29th of June at 7 pm






Tomek Sikora Exhibition
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Tomek Sikora Exhibition, A Year Passed




Tomek Sikora Exhibition

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START: 11th of April at 7 pm




Jowita Bogna Mormul Photography Exhibition
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Jowita Bogna Mormul Photography Exhibition
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START: 17th of March 2014 at 7 pm

END: 6th of April 2014



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Association of Polish Art Photographers Silesian Area





Tomasz Tomaszewski, "Elmina" and "Sugar Town" Exhibition




Tomasz Tomaszewski, "Elmina" and "Sugar Town" Exhibition

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