The photo competition entitled “View from the Window”, organized under the patronage of Józef Robakowski, aroused the interest of artists from around the world. In total, almost 500 applications were received from 53 countries such as: Saudi Arabia, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Belarus, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Czech Republic, Chechnya, United Arab Emirates, France, France, Ghana, Greece, Spain, Netherlands, Hong Congo, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Canada, Colombia, Cuba, Lithuania, Latvia, Malaysia, Morocco, Mexico, Moldova, Nepal, Germany, Nigeria, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Romania, Serbia, Singapore, Syria, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, Uruguay, USA, Hungary, UK, Italy.
We would like to thank all participants of the competition!
Due to the very high level of submitted works, the jury deliberated longer than expected, considering each of the submitted proposals. Ultimately, 54 projects were selected for the competition exhibition – single photos and photo series.
The jury decided to award more than one prize and additionally to honor two works in an honorary manner:
Congratulations to the winners and honored artists!
Saida Guseynova, Meet the neighbors, 2020 Astrahan, Russia
Romaine Iskaria, The Confines, 2020 Brussels, Belgium
Dorota Nowak, Okna, 2020 Poland
Elena Efeoglou, There is always a possibility of someone watching, 2020 Thessaloniki, Greece
Manon Weiser, Nuages, 2020 France
Muhammad Amdad, Captive Life, 2020 Chittagong, Bangladesh
Alexandre Ismail, Déjà, 2020 Ixelles, Belgium
Ali Bagheri, A friend in need is a friend indeed, 2020 Mahallat, Iran
Alicja Wręblewska, Tian, 2020 Poland
Amelie Laurence Fortin, A Ray of Light in Warsaw, 1904-2020 Canada
Anna Lem, 8 dzień tygodnia, 2020 Kraków, Poland
Bai Liang Chen, Essential goods, 2020 Heilongjiang, China
Barun Rajgaria, Graveyard – Broken Glass, 2020 Purulia, India
Boglarka Szalma, Kelebia, 2020 Zeist, Netherlands, Hungary
Christian Henninger, Bus Study, 2020 Vienna, Austria
Christian Henninger, Instrusion, 2020 Vienna, Austria
Daniel Dąbrowski, Myślisz jeszcze, że myślisz, 2020 Poznań, Poland
Dariush Nehdaran, Surrealism From Life of Shadows, 2020 Walnut Creek, California, USA
Dariush Nehdaran, The Decisive Moment – From My friend, 2020 Walnut Creek, California, USA
Daryna Duta, Hope, 2020 Figueira da Foz, Portugal
Daryna Duta, Isolation, 2020 Figueira da Foz, Portugal
Debarchan Chatterjee, Isolated thoughts, 2020 Kalkuta, Zachodni Bengal, India
Eleonora Roaro, Windows, 2020 Italy, Milan
Elsa Gervais, Rāunion, 2020 Fontenay Sur Mer, France
Fan Li, Under my balcony, 2020 Saint Cloud, France
Franciszek Szyman, Rozklejenie, 2020 Klaudyn, Polnad
Haide Costa, Almost Unreal, 2020 Barcelona, Spain
Hans Wang, The window of the journey, 2020 Beijing, China
Iqro Rinaldi Saparin, The Silentness, 2020 South Jakarta
Jerzy Hejnowicz, Sunny day, 2020 Poznań, Poland
Julka Kołodziejczyk, Pierwsze ciepłe dni, 2020 Poznań, Poland
Kai Huang, Windows, 2020 China
Kelly Russo, Seen in my Neighborhood, 2020 Bowling Green, USA
Kinga Kosmalska, Wewnątrz, Poland
Luciana Merino, Untitled, 2020 Lima, Peru
Luigi DAponte, Dedicate me your spaces and this immense blue, 2019 Italy, Neapol
Luigi DAponte, Beyond the bars, Life however, 2019 Italy, Neapol
Majid Bazael, Untitled, 2020 Shiraz, Iran
Martin Zellerhoff, Untitled, Leipzigerstrasse, Berlin, Germany
Mary Budanova, Life on the contrary, Volzsky, Region Woągogradu, 2020 Russia
Matveenko Andrey, Russia, Vladivostok, Family, values, 2020
Michał Jaszkowski, Obrazy przechwycone – jak patrzeć na jabłko, 2020 Poznań, Poland
Mohammad Saiful Islam, Quarantained in 185 meters ship open sea, 2020 Malaysia
Natalia Oreshina, Long day, 2020 Sankt Petersburg, Russia
Peter Hilden, Stay at home, 2020 Hamburg, Germany
Pozhilova Olga, 2020 Russia
Sofiia Egorova, First Snow, 2018 Sankt Petersburg, Russia
Tadeusz Korach, Za zamkniętym oknem, 2020
Vincenzo Fareza, The Window From The Window In The Window, 2020 Rome, Italy
Vincenzo Fareza, Vertigo, 2020 Rome, Italy
Weng Peiran, Freedom Hebi Henan Province, 2020
Zack LeBeau, Privileges, 2020 Bogota, Columbia
Zhang Meng, Brak okna poza oknem – rekordy poziomu morza, 2020 Lingshui Hainan, China
PAW is an art festival inaugurated in 2017 in the capital of Wielkopolska in order to create a joint cultural program of public and private institutions operating in the field of visual arts.
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Poznań Art Week is an art festival inaugurated in 2017 in the capital of Wielkopolska in order to create a joint cultural program of public and private institutions operating in the field of visual arts.
Co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage as part of the program of the National Center for Culture: Culture – Interventions, edition 2023 and from the funds of the Poznań City Hall.
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