From January 10 to February 2, 2014, the Leica Gallery in Warsaw is presenting pictures by Kacper Kowalski, along with his first photo book.
The Polish photographer has specialized in taking pictures from the bird's-eye perspective, using a small helicopter or para-glider to fly over the motifs he wants to capture.
“What interests me most are points where society and nature intersect,” Kowalski explains. “That's where interesting things happen: disorder in harmony, emergence of new forms.”
This is the same theme that Kowalski deals with in his new book, which is available at 6x7art.com or at the Leica Gallery in Warsaw.
Further information about the exhibition at: Leica Warsaw