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BLUE PUEBLO PROJECT

Looking forward to seeing this fantastic Grzegorz Wroblewski and Wojciech Wilczyk exhibition in Krakow. Photography and poetry.

16.10.2015 - 17.01.2016

MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART KRAKOW




(photograph: Wojciech Wilczyk)

"The exhibition is pivoted on a fusion of poetry and photography. In 2013, Grzegorz Wróblewski wrote his poem Blue Pueblo. Inspired by it, Wojciech Wilczyk took a series of photographs of Amager, the district of Copenhagen where the poet lives. The poem and a series of black-and-white photographs, displayed on the wall side by side, all combine into the project Blue Pueblo."

More info over here:

https://en.mocak.pl/poetry-and-photography-the-blue-pueblo-project


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