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Photography Workshop with Karolina Jonderko
10 April, 2019
Karolina is an award-winning photographer with a master's degree in photography from the Polish National Film, television and Theater School in Lodz. She is based in Poland and works on a variety of projects both locally and internationally.
Karolina Jonderko
Most of her long-term projects are focused on the aftermath of loss. Experiencing it herself she wants to draw attention to the issues people face. Projects on this theme include "Self-portrait with my mother", "Lost", "Reborn", and "Little Poland". Her long-term projects were
nationally and internationally awarded. She won the Magnum & Ideas Tap award and completed the internship at Magnum Photos office in New York City. Joop Swart Masterclass (World Press Photo Foundation) and Eddie Adams Workshop participant. She is a member of Napo Images Agency.
Karolina Jonderko
Karolina Jonderko
Workshop participants will learn about opportunities to get published internationally and how to find financing for long-term projects. Karolina will share her extensive experience working with foreign newspapers and how to get your work commissioned. Participants will also discuss the importance of ethics in photography and how to plan a long term project. The workshop will take place on April 22 at Fotografia Gallery, 21 Revaz Tabukashvili St. It will start at 19:00 and last about two and a half hours.
Karolina Jonderko
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