Wojtek Wieteska

Born 1964. He is one of the most recognizable polish photographers. He grew out of the French school of photojournalism; He has developed an individual style with a distinctive, conceptual approach to reality. He photographs and making films for advertising campaigns and social projects for state institutions. Publish in the press. He is the author of albums and photobooks.

His own photographic series were exhibited in ZPAF Old Gallery in Warsaw (Far West), Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology in Krakow (Tokyo), Library of The Royal Castel in Warsaw (Hereos of our Freedom), Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle (N.Y.C.#02), Yours Gallery in Warsaw (Station Warsaw and Flights 91_08), Le Guern Gallery Warsaw (Protest 2007), Atlas Sztuki Lodz (I'm from Poland), Outdoor Gallery in Ujazdowskie ave. Warsaw (1944/70/2014), Leica Gallery Warszawa and Lodz Film School (Nailing Love).

Photographs of Wojtek Wieteska are in public and private collections in Poland, France, Japan, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden and the United States.

He studied at the Faculty of Cinematography and TV in WSFTviT in Lodz (doctorate in 2015), as well as art history at the University of Warsaw and the University of Paris Sorbonne IV. He teaches at the Film School in Lodz. He lives and works in Warsaw.
Wojtek Wieteska

Wojtek Wieteska - Nailing Love

Exhibition open: 20.03.2015 - 02.05.2015
Curator: Adam Mazur
Producer: Rafał Łochowski

"Nailing Love" isn't just an exhibition of photos. Also on display is an archival film rinsing apparatus with 12 photos which in the course of a month-long process will become degraded instead of archived, photos printed using different means and in many sizes – proof sheets next to photo wallpaper. All this makes for an intriguing, never obvious and unusual exhibition.

Wojtek Wieteska - National Mourning

Exhibition open: 10.05.2010 - 06.06.2010

Wojtek Wieteska - Travelling

Exhibition open: 08.12.2017 - 04.02.2018

Zapraszamy na premierowy pokaz najnowszych prac Wojtka Wieteski pod tytułem „Travelling”. Na serię składa się wystawa oraz projekcja filmowa. Całości towarzyszy katalog pod tym samym tytułem. Wernisaż wystawy odbędzie się 7 grudnia (czwartek) od godziny 19:00.