Łukasz Rusznica is a photographer, curator, and educator based in Wrocław, Poland. Since graduating in cultural studies from the University of Wrocław, he has exhibited his works in galleries and museums both in Poland and abroad. He is the author of the photobooks Subterranean River, Smog, Near, Infra, Toskana, European Eyes on Japan, Vol. 18, and The Most Important I Do Not Tell You At All, designed by Thomas Schostok. His works have been published in SZUM, BIURO, La Vie, Machina, POST, and Bad to the Bone. He was a winner of the ShowOFF Section of Krakow Photomonth 2012; of the WARTO 2015 Award; and of the Griffin Art Space Prize—Lubicz 2017 for the best portfolio at Krakow Photomonth 2017. In 2016, he was selected to take part in European Eyes on Japan, a unique project inviting photographers from European Capitals of Culture to capture everyday life in Japan. Rusznica currently runs a photography gallery in Wrocław, Miejsce przy Miejscu, dedicated to promoting emerging photographers from Poland and abroad.
„I’m looking for projects that build meanings rather than just exist as collections of attractive pictures.”