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Exhibitions worth seeing
January 9, 2008   
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Power Lives in Rocks and Trees
Ewa Saj, born in 1971, is a graduate of the Social Sciences Faculty at the Pedagogical University of Cracow. Travel and photography are her passions. She photographs extraordinary places and ordinary people.

This exhibition comprises a series of bichromate photographs, which originated during the photographer's travels around Asia in 2005. The bichromate photography process involves the photographic exposure and development of multiple layers of sensitized watercolor paint on paper. The photographs show Saj's fascination with temples in Angkor in Cambodia. Three photographs from the Power Lives in Rocks and Trees series-Vajra, Nirvana and Still Life, won the silver FIAP medal at the International Photographic Competition in Ruzomberok in Slovakia in 2006.

Galeria Bielska BWA, Bielsko-Biała, 11, 3 Maja St., until Feb. 3


Prizewinning Photos
This is an exhibition of photographs that won prizes in a competition organized by the Municipal Cultural Center in Olsztyn, northeastern Poland. It shows off the best works of photographers in the Warmia and Mazury region including those of Ryszard Czerwiński, Mieczysław Wieliczka and Andrzej Stachurski.

Olsztyn, Galeria Rynek, 24/25 Stare Miasto St., until Jan. 13


Christmas Nutcrackers
Nutcrackers dominate this exhibition showing traditional Polish Christmas celebrations. They all come from Jan Łomnicki and Witold Tchórzewski's collection of nearly 300 items. Their collection of nutcrackers is the biggest in Poland and one of the most impressive in Europe.

Leon Wyczółkowski Regional Museum in Bydgoszcz, 7/11 Grodzka St., until Jan. 13
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