Artists ShowOFF 2022
Chloé Milos Azzopardi is a French artist. Based in the suburbs of Paris she works on long-term projects mixing installation, performance, and photography. Her research focuses on the representation of mental health, interspecies relationships, and the construction of post-Anthropocene imaginaries. Her work has been published in numerous magazines and shown in Europe and China.
Chloé is one of the six winners of the ShowOFF Section 2022. Her solo show curated by Iñaki Domingo will premiere on the streets of Krakow and in Piana Gallery during Krakow Photomonth in May.
Katarzyna Szweda is a poet and a photographer. She grew up in Beskid Niski in Wrzosowa Polana, Poland. Graduate of the University of Johann Wolfgang Goethe in Frankfurt am Main. The author of the debut volume “Bosorka” (Biuro Literackie, 2020) for which she was nominated for many awards along with official scholarships. She currently lives and works in Krakow, Poland.
Her solo show curated by Magdalena Ujma will premiere in Cricoteka during Krakow Photomonth in May.
Hailun Luo born and raised in Shanghai, China. In 2021, she earned her BFA from York University in Toronto, Canada. She works with both digital and film cameras exploring black-and-white, conceptual, and street photography. Her work is related to gender, life and death, family and memories. She currently lives in Shanghai.
Her first solo show curated by Katarzyna Kozyra will premiere in Widna Gallery during Krakow Photomonth in May.
Anna Solecka primarily works with documentary and portrait photography. Her main medium is analogue photography, with her practice extending to digital, as well as music and multimedia projects. In her photographs, she aims to capture everyday life through her own observations and thoughts, interpersonal relationships, and psychosocial mechanisms. Symbolism plays an important role for her, manifesting as a key element in her work.
Her solo show curated by Inga Schneider will premiere on 26th May during Krakow Photomonth 20th edition.
Tori Ferenc is a portrait and documentary photographer with focus on identity, community and most recently parenthood. In 2020, she decided to turn the camera at herself and her husband. She continues to document her family life to this day, showing the accidental poetry of everyday life through the eyes of a mother. She works and lives in London.
Her solo show curated by Lola Paprocka will premiere in ZPAG Gallery during Krakow Photomonth in May.
Hanna Rozpara is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice. In her works she deals with the subject of camouflage, formlessness and chaotic phenomena, earlier she often referred to the subject of war. In her practice she strives to obtain an image that affects the viewer, stimulating intuitive and irrational layers of consciousness. She works with painting, graphics, photography, graphic design, music and sound.
Hanna is one of the six winners of the ShowOFF Section 2022. Her solo show curated by Clare Strand will premiere during Krakow Photomonth in May.