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March 12, 2008   
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Warsaw's vV Fine Arts Gallery is preparing to host a photographic exhibition by Tomek Sikora entitled Taki pejzaż (Such a Landscape) from March 27 until April 17. This is another artistic project by this outstanding photographer based on his in-depth observations of the world and a surprisingly simple idea based on "a return to the classic, highly artistic way of depicting the space that surrounds us," as Sikora puts it.

In the photographer's work, well-known objects acquire new shapes. A car window dappled in raindrops on a vehicle in motion serves as a filter that transforms the natural view into a deformed monochrome image. Other elements of the photographed landscape are left hazy. The contours of objects wear away, leaving the entire picture blurred.

Sikora has created a collection of somewhat nostalgic and painting-like photographs. These poetic impressions enabled the artist to portray the surrounding world in a very personal manner.


vV Fine Arts Galleryl, 12 Obrońców St., Warsaw, tel. 0-22 616-26-26, www.galeriavv.pl
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