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Marta Ankiersztejn
An independent photographer specialising in dance photography. She has had 4 individual exhibitions focusing on that art presented at the most important dance festivals in Poland (Kraków, Poznań, Wrocław, Warsaw, Białystok). She was recognised among 21 distinctive dance photographers presented in Anna Królica's album "Nienasycenie spojrzenia". She has won numerous dance photography competitions. She took photographs of nearly 300 performances presented during the Studio Dance Scene and Dance Art Centre (2016-2019). She attends the most important dance festivals in Poland such as Body/Mind, Polish Dance Platform, Kaleidoscope or Crossroads. She has been working with the Music and Dance Institute and the Theatre Institute in Warsaw. Photographs gives her freedom.
Tomasz Ćwiertnia
Photographer, geologist. Inspired by a broadcast about volcanos and his drive to travel, he graduated from the AGH University of Science and Technology in geology and prospecting. He took part in 6 geological surveys in Mongolia and several in Kosovo. He has been focusing on contemporary dance photography for several years. He is interested in the abstract form of the human body captured in a moment. His photographs appeared in the album Nienasycenie spojrzenia edited by Anna Królica. He occasionally works with the Tadeusz Kantor Art Documentation Centre - CRICOTEKA in Kraków, The Kraków Choreography Centre, Interactive Museum / Theatre Education Centre (MICET) and the Contemporary Dance Scene in Kraków.
Katarzyna Machniewicz
Dance photographer, author of individual exhibitions and participant of group exhibitions. In 2015 she was received an award in the category "Theatre Photograph of the Season" in the Theatre Photography Competition organised by the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institution. In 2017 her artistic portrait written in words and her photos were presented in the album "Nienasycenie spojrzenia" edited by Anna Królica and selected from among the works of 21 dance photographers. In photography she is interested in the expression of emotions through body, movement, gesture, mimic, micro movements, trembling muscles, tension, and stillness, suspension. She is intrigued by the body in its surprising and inapparent possibilities and in its absolute, intransgressible limits. She focuses on the maturity of body, psyche, and their emanation in dance expression and scene presence.
Pat Mic
A photographer, portraitist, and documentarian of the Warsaw theatre, dance and performance scene, affiliated with Warsaw Commune, Theatre College, New Art Society, Free Speech Zone, Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw Dance Days, Studio Theatre, former Theatre in Wola and Dramatic Theatre in Warsaw. Two-time finalist of the 3rd edition of the Theatre Photography Competition. Since 2017 she has been involved in the activities Black Rags action collective by developing their visual design. In 2006-2012 she worked on her own projects on the border of creative photography and documentary, the most important of which are "Ctrl C + Ctrl V" and "00:12 sec." She studied media and reportage. In dance photography she is interested in emotions, geometry, perfection of the form at the top of the gesture and the seductive imperfection of accident.
Maciej Rukasz
Theatre, advertising, and commercial photographer. A husband to an amazing woman. Since 2005 he has been photographing theatre and dance to document festivals, premières, and performances. Based in Lublin, he is interested in the cultural and business landscape of the city. Author of advertising and artistic photographs recognised in Polish and international competitions. He was published e.g. the Teatr, Wprost, Przekrój, Dziennik, ZOOM. Lecturer at the Lublin School of Photography. He teaches classes in advertising photography, fashion, web marketing, digital image processing. He is interested in the new media. He is managing an interactive agency specialising in social media services.
Klaudyna Schubert
Everyday, she is working for numerous cultural institutions in Poland. She is the author of photographs for books and photo projects presented as a part of individual and group exhibitions. Most often she is taking photographs of theatre and original forms of artistic expression. She is also observing the street life through the camera lenses. "Theatre Life Observations" is the fulfilment of her artistic interests. She loves unique moments and unusual events and she tries to show the opposite thereof in her photographs.
Jakub Wittchen
A photographer specialising for many years in dance, theatre, and portrait photography. He has worked with the Old Brewery New Dance program of the Art Stations Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk in Poznań and the Music and Dance Institute in Warsaw, and also the New Theatre in Poznań, Animation Theatre in Poznań, Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute, and other cultural institutions. His took photographs for books, press publications and theatre posters.  In dance photography he is captivated by the dynamic movement and personality of the dancer, which was reflected in the series of portraits Człowiek Tańca continued for more than a decade.
Maciej Zakrzewski
A photographer, actor, musician, teacher. Graduate of the Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at the Adam Mickiewicz University (UAM). He takes photographs of theatre, dance and broadly understood performance arts. He lives in Poznań and operates throughout Poland. He has been working for years with the Malta Festival, Working Scene, Children Art Centre in Poznań, Poznań Stage, Jerzy Grotowski Institute in Wrocław, Teatr Powszechny in Łódź, Polish Theatre in Poznań among others. For many years he has worked with Polish Dance Theatre – Ballet Company in Poznań, Eight Day Theatre, Regula contra Regulam Teatro. Winner of the Young Art Medal of Głos Wielkopolski in 2018. Five-time finalist (2015-2019) and Award Winner (2019) of the Theatre Photography Competition organized by the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute in Warsaw. Member of the international jury of the theatre photography competition in Iran (Fadjr International Theatre Festival 2018).