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About

Sylwia Kuzak is a Polish born Fine Art Photographer currently living and working in Birmingham, Uk.

Her life was always filled with creative ideas and strong fine art background. Constant inspiration from great artists pushed her into many personal projects in crafts and photography. Sylwia’s work developed into beautiful stories of migration and flow of human energy through landscapes, creating the unforgettable performances of light and energy forming new virtual passages.

Always trying to find ways to connect both of her passions Sylwia ended up working with multiple exposures the same way as she’s been working with different layers of fabrics in her crafts. Following the lines of stiches she created the transitions of lost and found edges directing viewer’s eyes around her images.

While working on her crafts she learnt the importance of details, and delivering the highest quality product.

 

"Someone once told me that the word “camera” came from Latin word for room. Each person lives in the camera- in an isolated room, full of secrets!" The Keeper of memories, 2008

Photography for Sylwia is a way of living, as it is that only art can feed her soul. But throughout her practice she learnt that to fully satisfy her 'hunger' she needs to give her viewer more, never limit herself in any way. Spread her imagination into visual objects as well as physical. Let everone see but also be able to physically follow the lines of stiches and transform it into a full experience.


 

currently exhibited

Tokyo International Foto Awards (2017)

Owada Gallery
Shibuya Cultural Center Owada, Tokyo Japan.

 

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PAST EXHIBITIONS

The Royal Photographic Society (2008)  151st print exhibition. UK

The Royal Photographic Society (2010)  153rd print exhibition. UK

Barber Institute of Fine Art (2012) - People's choice award 'Runner up' in the overall category. Birmingham, UK.

Artist Wanted - Exposure (2013) exhibition 'See me' in Long Island US.

Landscape and Memory (2015) Displacement' exhibition in the Nami Gallery Teheran, Iran.

Landscape and Memory(2016) 

Displacement' exhibition in the Chazou Gallery Kamloops, Canada

TUPF (2016)

'Runner up' TUPF Exhibited in Toronto, Canada.

MIFA (2016)

MIFA  Exhibited in ArtGallery NaKashirke. Moscow, Russia.

Urban Photo Fest (2016)

[Taking] Control exhibition as part of the Festival Urban Photo Village. London, UK

MIFA 2016- Exhibited in Crimean State Library of Franco in Simferopol, Crimea. In December 2016 and January 2017.


 

honors & Awards

The Royal Photographic Society (2008)  

Published and exhibited in the 151st print exhibition.

The Royal Photographic Society (2010)  

Published and exhibited in the 153rd print exhibition.

Chasing the Light Competition

(2011) Honorable mention in 'Water, water everywhere'

Barber Institute of Fine Art (2012) - People's choice award for 'Urban Stream Flow' 'Runner up' in the overall category.

International Fine Art Photography Competition Paris (2013) - classified for semi finals.

Artist Wanted - Exposure (2013) -

My images selected for the exhibition 'See me' in Long Island.

 

Chasing the Light Competition (2014) - awarded runner up for 'Red, red, red' category

Landscape and Memory (2015)- part of 'Displacement' exhibition in the Nami Gallery Teheran, Iran.

TUPF (2016)

'Runner up' TUPF this year's theme: Urban Playground. Toronto, Canada.

MIFA (2016)

MIFA Honorable mention award. Moscow Russia.

NYC International Photo Competition (2016)

Fine Art Professional Division "4th" Place in GATEWAY ART CENTER NYC, US.

Tokyo International Foto Awards (2017)

Fine Art-Abstract, Professional Division.