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Ukraine Poetry

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Through May 21, 2016 the Galerie Robert Morat of Hamburg presents a picture cycle by Polish photographer Jan Brykczyński.

Time seems to stand still in the mountain villages of the Boiko, a small ethnic group in Ukraine’s Carpathians. ‑ “Here, I discovered a world as I knew it from childhood fairy tales. A world in which events have magical reasons, where white and black magic struggle and the good fights the bad,” says Polish photographer Jan Brykczyński. He worked in the small village of Karpatskoye in Western Ukraine between 2009 and 2012. His poetic images tell of its everyday, of the people and the landscape in which they live.

Jan Brykczyński, born 1979, lives and works in Warsaw. In 2014 “Boiko” was his first international book publication. In the meantime Dewi Lewis has also published “The Gardener” in 2015. The work of Jan Brykczyński is exhibited internationally and is found in important collections such as the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne.

Please find more information at Robert Morat Galerie

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