Self taught and incessantly evolving, Polish photographer Lukasz Wierzbowski has been capturing the adventurous spirit of the seemingly mundane since the tender age of twelve. From the first time he started borrowing his mother’s compact camera Lukasz’ endeavour into analogue photography spawned a fascination for imperfection and the exploration of ordinary people in ordinary places. The expressive imagery reconnoitres the relationship between the female subjects and their surroundings, seizing the moment in a wave of spontaneity and grit. Poses, patterns and clusters of veracious colour aid in Lukasz’ reimagining of the banal into a unique exploration of place and time. With an emphasis on static documentation and capturing those inscrutable in-between moments Lukasz’ imagery depicts a real, instant and honest portrayal of ordinary people in an extremely unordinary, novel manner.

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